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David McNamee Leads Conference Workshop

David McNamee, interim chair of graduate and undergraduate business departments and director of the Center for Servant Leadership, will conduct a workshop at the GreenLeaf Center's annual International Servant Leaderhip Conference in June 2013.

McNamee's topic, Leading Differently: The Servant Leader in a Military Environment, will also be included as a paper in the conference proceedings.

The GreenLeaf Center's annual conference, held June 12-14 in Indianapolis, offers a wide range of servant leadership opportunities that will help to "make it real" – to advance servant leadership in individuals' personal and organizational life. Confirmed keynote speakers include leading servant leadership experts Howard Behar, former president of Starbucks International, and best-selling author Peter Block.

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