Christian Leaders 2017
Saturday 4 – Sunday 10 November 2017
Encounter Jesus who has been called the greatest leader. He will be central to our course and every aspect of leadership we address will refer back to his example. We will consider things that were important to him as a leader and that he modelled throughout his ministry.
Encounter yourself as a leader as you ask big questions and reflect on your leadership experiences, challenges and context. This unique course will develop you as an inspiring and influential leader with a servant’s heart.
This course is based on Biblical scholarship, case studies of exemplary leaders, past and present, the extensive research undertaken by Kouzes and Posner (www.leadershipchallenge.com) and field work in Rome and Assisi.
Attending this course will strengthen your ability to lead and to make a positive difference in the world, doing God’s work most effectively, and believing you can have a positive impact.
We will learn from…
Past leaders who shaped the church in earliest times and continue to influence us: St Peter, St Paul, St Benedict, Sts Francis and Clare of Assisi, and St Augustine.
We will study…
Contemporary Church leaders:
Archbishop Justin Welby, Pope Francis and others.
Objectives for the course:
- To support both emerging and experienced leaders, in understanding and sustaining effective leadership practice.
- To help leaders understand their vocation within the global Body of Christ, now and into the future.
- To assist emerging leaders develop their competence and confidence.
- To guide leaders on an inner transformational journey that develops ‘the leader within’.
Who is the course for?
The programme is for both emerging and experienced leaders, young and older, lay, clergy and bishops.
Participants must be active in a leadership role. A good standard of English is required, as all lectures and course material will be in English.
Your base in Rome
Domus Internationalis Paulus VI, right in the heart of old Rome. Visit: www.domuspaulusvi.com
Course Leaders: Rev John Hornblow and Dr Jenny Boyack
Euro €800 for the course fee.
Accommodation and meals are an additional Euro €450 (approx.). You can see what is and isn’t included by clicking here.
Some scholarship support may be available.
David Moxon, former Director of the Anglican Centre in Rome
“Those who attended this course in 2015 and 2016 found it very helpful. The global church is at the forefront of new initiatives that witness to God’s enduring love for all humanity, expressed supremely through the life of Jesus. The development of leaders to fulfill this mission is a high priority for the Anglican Church.
I am excited that the Anglican Centre in Rome is again providing this opportunity for leaders and already there are people booked in so enquire now.”