The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership was founded in 1964 as the Center for Applied Ethics. It is an international, not-for-profit institution headquartered in Indianapolis, whose goal is to help people understand the principles and practices of servant-leadership; to nurture colleagues and institutions by providing a focal point and opportunities to share thoughts and ideas on servant-leadership; to produce and publish new resources by others on servant-leadership; and to connect servant-leaders in a network of learning.

“I get calls weekly from speakers who want to be associated with us, but having been in an audience when you were speaking, I have been most impressed with your work. In fact, I think of you for many of our clients.”
-Director, Greenleaf Speaker’s Bureau, Marcia Newman

The Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership