David will touch on the roots of servant leadership in the works of Robert K. Greenleaf and discuss how servant leadership offers practical lessons for leaders of small companies to large institutions.
About David McNamee
David McNamee, Ph.D. is an educator, executive-level consultant, leadership expert, U. S. Air Force veteran, and manager with documented success in public, private, domestic, and international sectors. David is also certified as an independent leadership and Strategic Planning coach, teacher and speaker with The John Maxwell Team. His primary areas of excellence include academic consulting research and writing focus on ethics, resilience, strategic planning, Post-Traumatic Growth, and Transformational Leadership. David also educates clients on his particular passion, Servant-Leadership.
David has served clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies and government agencies. Whether leading micro-finance and leadership workshops in Haiti, negotiating strategic military agreements in far-flung countries, or leading Oregon’s largest MBA and undergraduate business programs, David’s success has come through his ability to build teams, quickly establish trust, and do whatever he can to empower those people to achieve greatness.
David has a BA in Communications, a master’s degree in International Relations, and a Ph.D. in Leadership Studies. With his son Daniel McNamee, David has co-authored a book, “Servant Leadership Lessons for Middle School” and authored or edited several other books and conference proceedings. He is a Featured Contributor on leadership to BizCatalyst 360, an Award-Winning life, culture, and biz new media digest, serving as the global hub for enhanced performance and well-being.