The Executive Leadership Institute scheduled for July 2013 in Chicago, IL has been cancelled. Both Craig Van Gelder and Alan Roxburgh continue to work in church systems coaching and consulting with Executive Leaders. We are excited about developing a new training event which will engage both mid-level denominational leaders and clergy. This event will address the challenges of reimagining mission in church systems and congregations. Look for dates and locations coming later in 2013 .
Please contact us if you have any questions or if you are interested in learning more about Executive Coaching.
An intensive, hands-on seminar led by TMNs Alan Roxburgh and Craig Van Gelder that assists you to reflect biblically and theologically for providing missional leadership that innovates adaptive change.
- Regional executives and staff (diocese, conference, synod, association, presbytery, etc)
- National church leaders - executives, unit directors, and program staff
- Becoming More Missional - Provide participants with a deeper understanding of what it means to be missional.
- Reflecting Biblically & Theologically - Assist participants in utilizing a missional perspective to engage in biblical and theological reflection on their regional church and its ministries.
- Understanding Adaptive Change - Introduce participants to a theological understanding of complex organizational systems and adaptive change processes.
- Discerning Spirit’s Leading - Help participants discern the leading of the Spirit within their regional church body and identify key challenges and opportunities now present.
- Action Plan - Lead you through a process that will develop an initial action plan customized for you and your region.
- Focusing Leadership Role - Utilize the historical development of denominations and regional church bodies to clarify and focus the role of leadership within these bodies.
- Peer Learning - Have participants consider the possibility of participating in a longer-term peer-group learning cohort that is consultant facilitated.
- Robert Conover, Presbytery of the Redwoods