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Leadership Day Plenary - Berkley Springs

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  • Spiritual Leadership Leadership Day Western Region February 7, 2009 Rev. Terri Rae Chattin John Rudisill William T Chaney Jr
  • Why do we need Leadership
  • Leadership is…….
    • William T Chaney Jr – The art of gaining people’s trust, casting a compelling vision and work with followers on common goals
    • Peter Drucker - lifting of a person’s vision to higher sights, the raising of a person’s performance to a higher standard and the building of a person’s personality beyond its normal limitations.
    • Edwin Friedman : Leadership can be thought of as a capacity to define oneself to others in a way that clarifies and expands a vision of the future.
  • Transformational Leadership
    • Transformational Leadership is the art of ethically sharing a vision, valuing the input of all team members, inspiring, educating and motivating the followers through congregational change –
    • Bernice Ledbetter
  • Ethical Spiritual Transformative Leader
    • An ethical spiritual transformational leader is a disciple of Jesus Christ that strives to be like Christ, equips people for spiritual leadership, and sends spiritual leaders to for the transformation of their congregations, communities and the world.
  • Life Cycle of Churches Birth Growth Vital Stable Preservation Decline Death
  • Life Cycle of Churches Birth Growth Vital Stable Preservation Decline Death Developing Identity Clarifying Identity Reinforcing Identity Preserving Identity Preserving Identity Searching for Identity
  • Life Cycle of Churches Birth Growth Vital Stable Preservation Decline Death Revitalizing Cycle
    • Refocusing
      • Stagnant in size
      • Stagnant in mission
      • Worship more about social ritual than spiritual relationship
    • Re-energize
      • Declining in size
      • Has internal issues
      • Conflicting values
    • Re-structuring
      • Church has experienced substantial decline
      • There is no outreach or evangelism strategy
      • Programs for special groups that are not connected to the congregations mission
      • Worship more about social ritual than spiritual relationship
    • Restart or revitalize
      • A long history of decline
      • Discussions of death have taken place
      • No mission
      • Worship with no vitality
    Major Change Less Change
  • Ethical Transformative Spiritual Leaders
    • Share their Christian journey with their committee or ministry
    • Evaluates the ministry assets
    • Cast a compelling vision for their ministry
    • Create environments for dialogue and new ideas
    • Is adaptable and focused
  • Gideon as a Leader
    • Self Image
    • His faith in God
    • His Leadership Team
    • His Vision
  • The Process of an ethical spiritual transformative leader?
    • Honors
    • Disrupts
    • Aligns
  •  
  • Thinker
    • Zaccheus
    Dreamer Director Pleaser
    • Joseph
    • David
    • Mary
  • Spiritual Leadership Principals
    • The Lordship Principal
    • The Biblical Principal
    • The Liturgical Principal
    • The Covenant Principal
    • The Priesthood Principal .
    • The Leadership Principal
  •