Creating a Servant Leadership Culture

April 2, 2020 | 9 AM to 5 PM | Joy~Nostalg Hotel & Suites Ortigas Manila

Program Description

Transformation begin from within a leader's character (Heart), and is carried out through the leader's assumptions, beliefs and methods (Head), to a leader's behavior (Hands), and ends in a leader's daily commitment to the mission and his set of important values (Habits). This workshop also aims to provide a game plan on how a self-serving leader can become a servant-leader.

All too frequently, unsuccessful organizations are over-managed and under-led. A successful organization doesn't just need someone to be in-charge. Success requires leadership -- people to set direction for the organization, give it a vision, and then translate the vision into reality.

Servant Leadership must be present in every successful undertaking. The approach has been widely used in all types of organizations: for-profit businesses, not-for-profit organizations, churches, universities and foundations.

A servant leader embraces people-building and development, not people protection -- giving care and support while upholding the company's expectations of employee performance.

During this experience, we will focus on your supervisors. We will not merely focus on adjusting a few of their leadership habits. We will not present them with another leadership process. We will deliver to them the best and most powerful leader model that focuses on four critical areas.

Learning Objectives

Session 1: Introduction

Spheres of Influence

Questions to Consider

A New Dimension of Leadership

The Four Domains of Servant Leadership


Session 2: The Heart

What kind of Leader are You?

E.G.O.1 A Contrast in lnfluence

A Time to Reflect EGO's

Anonymous 12-Step Process E.G.O.2

A Commitment for My Heart



Session 3: The Head

Servant Leadership Principles

Four-Part Vision

Two parts of leadership

Personal Mission Statement

My Personal Values

Top Values

Picture of the Future

Seasons of Leadership

Leadership Assessment

A Commitment for My HEAD


Session 4: The Hands

The Way of the Carpenter

The EGO Factor in Leader-Follower Relationships

The Challenge of a Leader

Case Study

A Commitment for My HANDS


Session 5: The Habits

Doing Habits




Listening Exercise

Adjustments and Goal Setting


Leadership Challenge and Commitment

The Abraham Lincoln Case

The Lord’s Supper Case

Commitment to Servant Leadership

Your Facilitator

BORIS JOAQUIN is one of the country's top-ranked corporate trainers on leadership and other people skills. 


Boris is the president and CEO of Breakthrough Leadership Management Consultancy, Inc., founder of the Project Purpose Team, Inc., and a registered Investors in People (UK) specialist.


A management and marketing professional, Boris was involved in various industries both local and international for more than two decades.


As corporate trainer, management consultant and executive coach, Boris has served organizations in the Philippines, Asia, and the Middle East, providing assessments and consulting services to help organizations improve their people management processes, learning events and workshops on strategic management and leadership, and executive coaching for executives and managers who want to grow in their organizational leadership and management.


Boris has been a contributing writer and columnist on career and leadership for Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Star, Inquirer Libre, and has written regularly for He has served as anchor for the career and lifestyle section of Rappler Talk of, and Top Brass for He is currently the editor-in-chief of the People Manager magazine of the People Management Association of the Philippines (PMAP). 


Boris has authored two well-received books, Practical Wisdom to be Happy at Work, and Project Purpose: Find Your Why to Find Your Way.

What You Can Expect

This workshop is actually a transformational encounter that aims to develop a leader holistically according to the pattern of the servant leadership model; an eye-opening seminar that redefines leadership to the standard that many servant leaders in the past have established.