Jeff Miller, PhD
Consultant, Professor, and Leadership Network Builder in Indianapolis, Indiana
Jeff Miller is a Connector & Builder of Human Leadership Networks for Innovative Leadership Solutions, a company that believes in the power of individuals to transform themselves, their communities, and their organizations through personal and team learning. This work has enabled Jeff to share his knowledge and skills in over 12 countries on six continents.
He is an associate of the Cascade Center for Community Governance, an adjunct faculty member in the University of Indianapolis MBA program and the Doctoral Program in Interdisciplinary Leadership at Creighton University. He has also taught in Indiana University Kelley School of Business, been adjunct faculty in Leadership Studies for Fort Hays State University, and a member of the faculty in the Global Leadership PhD program at Indiana Tech. Jeff also is a faculty member in the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership's Academy, and served as co-Program Director for the Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership.
He has served as Assistant Director of the North Dakota State University Extension Service with responsibilities for the 4-H Youth Development Program. For three years, Jeff served as convener for the National Network for Collaboration, a consortium of 20 U.S. land-grant universities.
Jeff also has many years working in a multi-faceted agri-business. In other words, he grew up on a farm.
His degrees, all in agricultural education, are from Ohio State University and Penn State University. Jeff is co-author of “Effective Collaboration: Strategies for Pursuing Common Goals.”