Conference On Servant Leadership Features Speaker Marcel Schwantes

Thursday, January 18, 2018
Marcel Schwantes
Marcel Schwantes

The Public Relations Society of America Lookout Chapter and the Leadership Chattanooga Alumni Association will present a servant leadership training luncheon on Feb. 7. This presentation is open to anyone currently in a leadership role, or aspiring to become a top leader. 

Marcel Schwantes will introduce fundamental concepts from his servant leadership curriculum on how to optimize leadership or leadership team's potential through six key behaviors tested and proven with over 1,200 organizations. 

Mr. Schwantes is an expert in the area of helping leaders develop exceptional work cultures; more specifically, servant leadership cultures. He is an entrepreneur, executive coach, columnist and keynote speaker. He has been featured on Inc., Time, Yahoo!, Business Insider, Thrive Global, The Muse and Chicago Tribune. 

The luncheon will take place on Feb. 7 at 11:30 a.m. at the Mountain City Club, and lunch will be served. Membership in PRSA Lookout Chapter or LCAA is not required to attend, but tickets are limited. Reserve online here


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