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Don M. Frick co-edited, with Larry Spears, the book On Becoming a Servant-Leader (1996) and contributed chapters to Reflections on Leadership (1995), and Insights on Leadership (1998). He has conducted workshops on the theory and practice of servant leadership for numerous for-profit and nonprofit organizations, with audiences ranging from educators to managers to community leadership professionals. Don has designed and writ- ten servant leadership curricula for Sterling College, the Servant-Leader Development Center, and several business organizations, and is in demand as a public speaker.
"Greenleaf's life reads like an adventure novel--an adventure in
ideas, people and spirit. Organic gardener, painter, astronomer,
jeweler, researcher, master craftsman, philosopher, trusted
consultant to key leaders in business, education, philanthropy and
religion, Bob Greenleaf fulfills the classic description of genius.
An avid seeker of deeper insights into human potential, growth, and
a kind of leadership that encourages the creation of great places
to work, extraordinary teamwork, productivity and joy in work,
Greenleaf's insights into leadership open new possibilities for all
--Ann McGee-Cooper, Owner, Ann McGee-Cooper & Associates and author of Time Management for Unmanageable People and You Don't Have To Go Home From Work Exhausted
"Don Frick has done an astonishing job of bringing to life my father and the times in which he lived. The book illuminates the rich and meandering path which led Robert K. Greenleaf to the epiphany in which he conceived of the heroic and inspiring ideal of the servant-leader."
--Dr. Newcomb Greenleaf, who carries on his father's lineage of servant leadership