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A research guide of recommended information resources for Leadership Studies in Education & Organizations

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This is a guide of librarian recommended information resources for Leadership Studies in Education & Organizations research. 

 

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Home: Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership

 

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Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership

"The Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership is an international nonprofit organization that serves individuals and organizations seeking to be better servant-leaders. It provides that service through a variety of programs described on the website. The Center for Servant Leadership is guided by the wisdom of its founder, Robert K. Greenleaf, who wrote The Servant As Leader and launched the modern servant leadership movement nearly 50 years ago. Both an ancient philosophy and modern practice, servant leadership enriches the lives of individuals, builds more effective organizations of all kinds and, ultimately, creates a more just and caring world."

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 Toastmasters International

Founded in 1924, "Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking and leadership skills. The organization grew out of a single club, Smedley Chapter One Club, which would become the first Toastmasters club. It was founded by Ralph C. Smedley in 1924, at the YMCA in Santa Ana, California. Throughout its history, Toastmasters has served over four million people; today the organization serves over 292,000 members in 122 countries, through its over 14,350 member clubs. Toastmasters International motto is Where Leaders Are Made."

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