Servant Leadership Digital Badge
Servant Leadership: Principles in Practice Digital Badge
Servant Leadership is a leadership philosophy that has grown in popularity in recent years and continues to garner attention as a sought-after leadership style. Servant Leadership challenges practitioners to choose the interests of the community over the interests of the individual and to facilitate positive change. The focus rests on the well-being of people instead of the power over people and can be foundational to building empowered teams who find meaning in their work.
Offered by Alverno College in partnership with Wisconsin Servant Leadership (WISL), this digital credential consists of self-directed learning, reflections, and assignments/activities. After completing the required online modules, students must attend three (3) of the WISL roundtable discussions hosted in cities across Wisconsin and online in order to receive the badge. Attendance can be in-person or virtual.
- Students will be able to define and discuss Servant Leadership within their personal and professional capacity.
- Students will demonstrate the foundation of service through conceptualization and application.
- Students will be able to apply Servant Leadership in their personal and professional lives.
- Students will be able to provide examples of their understanding of Servant Leadership with professionals from around the world through WISL roundtable discussions.
Instructor: Mariah Weddle, MA
Time to Completion: One to six months depending on your individual pace
Course Meeting Schedule: Course is offered asynchronously online, there are no scheduled meeting times. You will complete coursework on your own schedule.