Serve. Lead. Transform.
Elevate your impact across cultures and generations – through servant leadership.
Are You Ready to Transform Lives?
Effective leaders aren’t made by positions or titles. Your ability to lead is about much more than simply being in charge. Transformational leadership is Christ-centered, biblically rooted, and others-focused.
Explore the biblical and ethical foundations of servant leadership from a Christian worldview. Examine leadership theory, personal development, conflict resolution, and more. Engage your understanding of leadership across generational, cultural, and worldview divides.
Then, bring your in-class studies to life through Impact 360’s residential leadership program. Become a transformational leader for church and society through the Master of Arts in leadership with a servant leadership concentration, at NGU.
What Can I Do With a Career in Servant Leadership?
Servant leadership is a leadership philosophy that emphasizes the importance of serving and empowering others to achieve their full potential. A servant leader prioritizes the needs and well-being of their team members and focuses on their growth and development.
They foster a collaborative and inclusive environment, promote open communication, and make decisions based on the best interests of the team. Servant leadership can be applied in various contexts, including business, nonprofit organizations, education, and community development.
NGU’s Master of Arts in Leadership is a full-time residential program with content that integrates Impact 360’s world-class leadership experience.
Experience servant leadership and spiritual formation in real-world settings through cohort-based learning at Impact 360’s campus. It’s transformational leadership made epic, every day.
The world beside faithful & accomplished leaders.
A Biblical Approach to Servant Leadership
- Ethical Foundations
- Understanding Generation Z
- Biblical Foundations of Leadership
- Cross-Cultural Leadership
- Leadership Theory and Development
- Personal Leadership Development
- Foundations of a Christian Worldview
- Servant Leadership
- Leadership and Emotional Intelligence
- Communication and Conflict Resolution
- Leading Across Generations
- Applied Leadership Project
Stories that Started Here
Micheal Pardue, MCM ’10
I currently serve as President of the Baptist State Convention of North Carolina.