2016 Sophia Board and Associates
What is the Sophia Foundation?
The Sophia Foundation programming includes:
- Sophia Leadership Learning Circles Series
- Partnership in Virtual Servant-Leadership Learning Circles (VSLLC)
- Leadership Learning Events (speakers, workshops, retreats)
- Leadership Learning Scholarship Program
- Leadership Coaching and Consultation
- Community Facilitation
The Sophia Foundation Inc. is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
2017 Conference Registration Now Open
The 2017 Aspiring Servant Leaders Conference (ASLC) is an engaging learning experience that unleashes the potential of people in local organizations and communities. Attendees will join their friends, neighbors and fellow community members for breakfast beginning and 7:30am and then learn together from featured conversation starters. Modeled after a café, the room will be setup with small round tables that invite conversation and learning at the tables with plenty of opportunities to learn together. This conference will feature stories from people who are practicing servant leadership personally, by building servant led organizations and working to make a difference in their community. Attendees can expect to leave this event feeling ignited, encouraged and filled with ideas learned not only from the speakers but from fellow attendees during the table conversations.
Aspiring Servant Leadership Conference (ASLC)
Next Monthly Servant Leader Conversation
Servant Leadership Conversations are monthly opportunities for area servant leaders to gather and learn from each other about actively practicing servant leadership as individuals and in organizations. Conversations are held in Fond du Lac monthly from 7:00am - 8:30am on the 3rd Friday of each month.
Click on the link below to learn more about the monthly Servant Leadership Conversations program.
Applications Now Being Accepted ... Leadership Learning Series
The purpose of the learning circle series is to engage and activate caring leaders to serve and lead in the Fond du Lac area. Participants gain insight into practices based on the principles of servant leadership, dialogue, self-awareness, and strengths, along with skills needed for building a caring community. This learning series builds individual capacities through skill-building exercises and group dialogue to increase one’s ability to serve and lead in organizations and across the community.