Practice Servant Leadership

HOW DO I LEARN FROM OTHERS AND ENCOURAGE THEM TO USE THEIR GIFTS?

1. Listen first. Learn from others. Consider the needs of all.
2. Practice humility and generosity of spirit when using your gifts and skills.
3. Lead for the good of the community, not for advancing your own image.
4. Speak up for those in need and those who have no voice.
5. Encourage yoru student organization to make a positive contribution to UD and to the city of Dayton.

Ready for a challenge? Want to make a difference? 

Connect learning and scholarship with leadership and service by taking a service-learning course. 

Practice servant leadership through opportunites offered through the Center for Social Concern and the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community

Be an example of generosity and selflessness with your gifts and skills.

SERVANT LEADER
04.23.2012 | Students, Culture and Society 
Danielle Patton, an incoming first-year student, believes when you take something, you should give something back to balance the equation. Call it the math version of the Bible's lesson that to whom much is given, much is required. Serving others is a driving force in Patton's life and now has netted her a $40,000 scholarship, awarded $10,000 over four years, as the winner of a University of Dayton contest that invited prospective students to create a video describing what servant leadership means to them. For more information please read Servant Leader.