2014 Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership:
Welcome to the third day of the 2014 Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership! Today, we invite you to listen to Drs. Kathleen Patterson and Jane Waddell as they present, "Will Increased Narcissism Mean the Death of Servant Leadership?"
Will Increased Narcissism Mean the Death of Servant Leadership?
Dr. Kathleen Patterson
Dr. Patterson currently directs the Doctor of Strategic Leadership program and has been at Regent University since 1999, first, with the School of Leadership Studies and now, the School of Business & Leadership.
Dr. Patterson is noted as an expert on servant leadership. She coordinates an annual Servant Leadership Research Roundtable on the east coast in Virginia Beach, Virginia, at Regent University, where, each year both scholars and practitioners meet together to engage in servant leadership discourse. She also coordinates a west coast Servant Leadership Roundtable each year in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences (ASBBS) conference.
Dr. Patterson is LPI (Leadership Practices Inventory) certified, based on the "The Leadership Challenge" by Kouzes and Posner, a best-selling leadership book detailing the five exemplary leadership practices, and is involved in numerous consulting projects locally, nationally and abroad. She is involved in the following professional associations: The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, IALC (International Association of Leadership Consultants), ILA (International Leadership Associates) and ILA (International Leadership Association).
Dr. Jane Waddell
Jane Waddell obtained her B.A. in Criminology from the University of Maryland, and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Organizational Leadership from Regent University. She served in federal law enforcement for 28 years, periodically teaches as an adjunct professor, mentors M.A. and Ph.D. students, leads a ladies Bible study, and thoroughly enjoys encouraging reading and critical thinking through work with her local church.
Forum Facilitator: Dr. Kathleen Patterson
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