Join UB supervisors in a virtual session where you will hear relevant insights on a topic from noted experts and be able to share experiences and draw upon each other for advice and mentoring.
Following up on the servant leadership session presented by Dr. Lemoine earlier this year, we’ll dive deeper into the seven research-backed leadership competencies and explain how they promote engagement, commitment, performance and community improvement. This session will include self-assessments to identify your own strengths and weaknesses from a servant leadership perspective.
Our presenter, James Lemoine is an Associate Professor of Organization and Human Resources and the faculty director of CLOE at the University at Buffalo. His research focuses on leadership, ethics and creativity, and has been published in the Harvard Business Review and Business Horizons, as well as prestigious academic journals like the Academy of Management Annals and Journal of Applied Psychology. His work also frequently appears in magazines such as Forbes, Inc., Fast Company and Entrepreneur. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, an international organization dedicated to sharing and promoting the servant leadership philosophy. Prior to obtaining his Ph.D. at Georgia Tech, he was an entrepreneur, consultant and manager at companies such as AT&T.
UB faculty and staff in a supervisory role