Leading Adaptively, led by priest, researcher and revitalist Clara King, is open to lay leaders and clergy from any denomination.
This 3-session Zoom course helps participants discover new ways to lead adaptively with skills they already have. You’ll encounter the core theory of Adaptive Leadership in a vibrant new way and come away with usable practices to reinvigorate your day-to-day leadership journey.
The course will cover:
- The six core competencies of leadership
- How to understand and change the organizational culture of your congregation
- How conflict is a leadership resource you can steward.
Course leader Clara King has spent 15 years studying adaptive leadership, and 9 years as a Priest leading adaptive change in the Anglican Diocese of Calgary and beyond. Clara’s dynamic, hope-filled facilitation style will refresh, empower, and energize you for the leadership journey ahead. Learn more about Clara at her website.
This Summer, discover new ways to lead adaptively with skills you already have! During this 3-session Zoom course, Rev. Clara King will teach you about the core theory of Adaptive Leadership in a vibrant new way. The course covers: 1) The six core competencies of leadership 2) Understanding and changing the organizational culture of your congregation 3) How to view conflict as a leadership resource you can steward wisely. Leading Adaptive meets on Wednesdays- May 31, and June 14 and 28 from 7-9pm Eastern. If you are looking for usable practices to reinvigorate your day-to-day leadership journey, this is the course for you!
Individual Study: 4 hours
Zoom Sessions: 6 hours (3 meetings)