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November 19, 2019
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EST)

Enrich your understanding of Policy Governance application by exploring the provocative concept of servant-leadership as developed in the classic essays of Robert Greenleaf. Explore John Carver’s thoughts about servant-leadership and how he uses the servant-leadership concept to explain key aspects of the Policy Governance model. Compare and contrast the governance thinking of Robert Greenleaf and John Carver. Explore the potential dynamic synergy of the Policy Governance system and the values of servant-leadership for board governance that is effective, accountable, and compassionate. Consider refreshing Policy Governance template policies to explicitly embody a range of servant-leadership values.

Session Presenter: John Bohley

Session Moderator: Karen Fryday-Field

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Dr. John P. Bohley, Jr. 
John P. Bohley, Jr. whose governance consulting firm is Boards On Course assists boards of directors to enhance their performance through the application of the principles of the Policy Governance® model and various board performance improvement tools. John attended the Policy Governance AcademySM in 2005. He has lived the Policy Governance model for over ten years as a CEO reporting to a board transitioning to and then practicing the Policy Governance model and for six years as a board member of the International Policy Governance Association (now Govern for Impact). John has assisted a range of non-profit and governmental boards and has presented at governance conferences and seminars in the United States and Canada. He has a master’s degree in social work from West Virginia University (Morgantown, West Virginia), is a licensed Independent Social Worker (LISW) in Ohio and has a doctoral degree in public administration from Nova University (now Nova Southeastern University) in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Prior to his current governance consulting focus, he had extensive experience in the development and management of a wide range of mental health and substance abuse projects, programs, and services in public, non-profit and proprietary settings. He is currently involved in researching and co-authoring a book on servant-leadership and Policy Governance.

Affiliate Fee: $120
Non-Affiliate Fee: $150

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