The Church is haemorrhaging 20s-30s, and without young leaders it’s struggling to communicate with the next generation. So how do we develop younger leaders?
We will be looking at how to use questions to encourage participation and teamwork, foster thinking, empower others, build relationships and solve problems.
This seminar will be a reflection on the church in the world today, on the effective leadership for the church, and on the character of the leader in the formation of a godly, outward-looking fami
Jesus left a legacy of empowered leaders to continue the work of Kingdom ministry. What lessons can we learn from his example that can enable others to flourish?
The world and the church are crying out for good leaders; they are needed at every level of society. The best leaders realise that they need to grow and develop in their skills.
Whether we are leading a ministry team or a church, a home group or others in the workplace, all of us with responsibility for the development and performance of others long to be as effective as
Nehemiah’s journals of rebuilding a broken city have helped create a blueprint for change that impacts a region, one life at a time.
At its best, leadership can inspire, empower and energise – at worst it can demotivate and debilitate! Leadership roles bring both great opportunity and tremendous responsibility.
We’ll be looking at strategic leadership elements for leading church in the 21st Century: vision casting, alignment and creating energy in the local church.