Seton Hall selected as new home for Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership

The center, which is relocating from Atlanta, Georgia to Presidents Hall on the school’s South Orange campus, will host programs, workshops, online learning, speakers and an international conference.

The 10 characteristics of servant leadership include listening, empathy, healing, awareness, persuasion, conceptualization, foresight, stewardship, commitment to the growth of people and building community.

The center, which selected Seton Hall after a competitive national search and selection process, will officially move on July 1.

“The university and the Greenleaf Center share a commitment to the fostering of servant leadership throughout the nation and the world. By associating the center’s research and advocacy with Seton Hall’s culture of service and leadership, we will create a powerful alliance for spreading Robert Greenleaf’s transformative ideas,” Interim Seton Hall President Mary J. Meehan, who serves as a board member and former chair of the Greenleaf Center, said.