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SPOKANE, Wash. – Larry C. Spears, the world’s foremost scholar in the field of servant leadership, was appointed as the Gonzaga University School of Professional Studies’ inaugural Servant Leadership Scholar, effective Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010. Read the Full Press Release.

Gonzaga University Servant-Leadership Programs

International Journal of Servant Leadership

The journal reflects the ideals of educating the whole person, living a life of personal courage and moral discernment, and striving to be a person for others in order to help heal the heart of humanity. The journal is founded on Greenleaf's notion that the true test of a servant-leader is that those around the servant-leader become more healthy, more wise, more free, more autonomous, and better able themselves to become servants; and the least privileged of society are benefited or at least not further deprived.

Servant Leadership Certificate

Transform your mind, body, and spirit, throughout the four courses of our graduate-credit certificate in Servant Leadership. Study dynamics of organizational theory and leadership, explore diversity and intercultural competency, and be introduced to the core fundamentals of Servant Leadership theory. Courses can be completed in one year.

Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership

The Master’s in Organizational Leadership is an interdisciplinary, online leadership degree that incorporates knowledge from the social sciences, communication field, arts, humanities, and business, into a transformational leadership curriculum. Designed for aspiring leaders in corporate, government, not-for-profit, or community organizations, Gonzaga’s innovative online masters in leadership will equip you with the tools necessary to lead in any organization. Program typically takes two years to complete, and requires a 3-day residency on campus.