Servant Leadership Training since 1989


Leadership & Yoga Workshops Coming Soon!

How can you lead when you are burnt out and exhausted?  How can you inspire others, if you don’t replenish yourself?  Yoga is an ancient practice that goes beyond postures.  It’s a highly effective way of being in the world that helps create mental focus, maintain emotional balance, and stretch your limits.


Would you like people to say YES to you?

Do you know why people give their support and how to get them to support you?


As a leader:

Are you strong?

Are you flexible?

Can you bend, or are you set in your ways?

In this seminar you will learn (and practice) yogic and leadership principles to become a stronger, healthier, more exhilarated leader. 

Brighten your future.  Make rapid, easy progress.


Amazing results have happened for thousands of people with the “To Lead is to Serve” method.  It is arguably the most effective pathway to success you’ll ever learn.



Servant Leadership has been recognized and used successfully all over the world for centuries.

  • ITALY:  “It is in giving that we receive.”  St. Francis of Assisi

  • USA:  “Ask not what your country can do for you.  Ask what you can do for your country.”  President John F. Kennedy  

  • INDIA:  “If you want to be happy, be giving.”  Upanishads  

  • CHINA:  “To rule truly is to serve.”  I Ching


CALL ME.  Let’s discuss your situation. 

Maybe we can work together.  917-575-5387



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5 Responses to Servant Leadership Training since 1989

  • Evy Cambridge says:

    One of the most motivating people I’ve ever worked with.
    She’s brilliant.

  • Margaret Nicolich says:

    Thanks for the great tips and seminars.

  • Nancy & Tom Nielsen says:

    We heard you speak at the Indiana National Guard and went away refreshed, informed and entertained. The Captain was right. We were fortunate to have you as our keynoter. Thank you.

  • Jane Kendall says:

    In just a brief conversation with you many years ago, you gave me several brilliant ideas. As a result, my fundraising project easily doubled the number of participants and dollar amount of contributions two years in a row! Thank you so much Shar — Jane Kendall, Hilton Head, SC

  • Marjorie Peirce says:

    Hello Shar, Amazingly, I spoke with you this morning from Martha’s Vineyard where I have lived & worked for the past 8 yrs tho my home & heart base is in rural Maine. So disappointed that there were none left of your To Lead is to Serve books available. I will pursue getting at least one of that book for my nonprofits here on the island. Thank you for being available by telephone this morning, that was a God gifted connection ….thru my friend Jose in NY. Tk you for all of the work you do and inspire. marjorie peirce


How To Get People To Cooperate With You

NonProfit Tips

Fundraising: How to Raise Your Response

The response goes way up when you give people a ‘reason why’ you are asking for donations.  And it is best when told in a story.   As children, we were trained to listen to stories.  When you are fundraising and asking people to donate, give them your ‘reason why’ in the form of a story.

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