Annual Virtual Conference on Moral Leadership
Humility and Organizational Leadership
Proverbs 22:4 “Humility is the fear of the LORD; its wages are riches and honor and life.”
“People sometimes speak of humility and meekness as something that would rob us of what is noble and bold. OH, that all would realize that this is the nobility of the kingdom of heaven, that his the royal spirit that the King of heaven displayed.” Andrew Murray
Kathleen Patterson, Ph.D.
Humility is noted as the queen of virtues, the mother virtue to all other virtues, and the peaceful virtue. It has been said that the greatest virtue, humility, keeps us from the greatest vice, pride. This presentation seeks to share the essence of what humility is by sharing that it is not a permissive or weak characteristic, but rather strength of character. The presentation also shows humility as a virtue, how it is an imperative for leaders today, and how humility and leadership work together.
Kathleen Patterson, Ph.D.
Dr. Patterson has been at Regent University since 1999, with the School of Leadership Studies and now the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship. Dr. Patterson is a noted expert on servant leadership. She coordinates an east coast annual Servant Leadership Research Roundtable at Regent University in Virginia Beach, Virginia where 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 internationally. 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).
- Relevant Concepts from Benedict of Nursia - Steven S Crowther
- Leader Development in Humility, Change, and Conflict - David A. Miles, Carrie Gilligan, Joseph B. Holloway, and Karl Michel
- Humility in Leadership as Modeled in Philippians 2:5-11: Putting People First - James D. Rose
Moderator: Kathleen Patterson
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