Sponsored by the Institute for Pastoral Leadership
October 1-3, 2012
Princeton Theological Seminary’s School of Christian Vocation and Mission
This course will be an experiential offering to address the reality that systems theory plays a significant role in church leadership. For leaders to be effective, it is wise for leaders to have a firm knowledge of systems theory and how it affects members in their own homes, as well as in church systems. A tendency for pastors to become complacent when things are going well in a congregation is when problems most likely surface. Leaders need tools to be able to be aware of systems theory and how best to respond to its interaction with ministry.
Marty Carter is founder and President of Baton Consulting. Her specialty is working with families of multigenerational wealth. She has counseled families of Fortune 1000 companies, families involved in their own businesses and foundations and families who are both good, and initially not so good talking about money and their relationship to it. Marty helps families resolve their conflicts in order to work together effectively to preserve generational wealth and flourish as individuals.).
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