a webinar with Lawrence Peers
The disciplines of Appreciative Inquiry aim to bring about a grounded vision rather than blue-sky vision, re-design “what is” even when this causes necessary discomfort and change, and to continually tend this vision in the ongoing life of the congregation moving forward. These are disciplines that can be used in everyday leadership as well as during times of facilitating change in organizations.Find out more »
with Susan Beaumont
Are you stepping into unfamiliar territory where you must supervise others, or have you been supervising others for some time without a clear understanding of what you are doing? Supervision, especially in a faith-based environment, requires learning new skills—probably skills you did not learn during your professional formation. This event provides you with practical skills and tools for supervising the work of others, and aligning the work of the team with the overall goals of the congregation.Find out more »
with Susan Beaumont.
We are living in a liminal season, an era which finds congregations betwixt and between a known past and an undefined future. In a liminal season a different kind of leadership presence is required; a presence that connects the soul of leaders with the soul of the institution.Find out more »