November 18, 2021 • Church Leadership Institute, Webinar
Date: Thursday, December 16, 2021
Time: 1-2pm PST
Recent Studies reveal that 38% of all clergy seriously considered leaving the ministry in 2021. At the same time, less than half of all Americans now report being members of churches and that number is accelerating with younger Christians. Church leaders report that the challenges of discipleship, Christian community, leadership development, and working for justice have only become more difficult through a pandemic and intense cultural division.
How can 2022 be different? How can this be the year that your turn the corner in your leadership and begin thriving again?
Tod Bolsinger, Executive Director of the Church Leadership Institute, Co-Founder of AE Sloan Leadership, and the author of Tempered Resilience: How Leaders are Formed in the Crucible of Change, will offer this webinar on the best practices for forming leadership resilience in the middle of the very crucible of leadership.
In 2021, Bolsinger and his team worked with over 60 congregations and leaders, he spoke to over 90 different groups and 15,000 leaders on adaptive change and the resilience needed for leadership. He has found that leaders who move from surviving to thriving are intentional about developing leadership resilience through some specific practices that you can incorporate into your life in the year ahead.
When you register you will receive:
- 30% Discount Code for Tempered Resilience
- 20% Discount Code to a FULLER Equip Course, Tempered Resilience for Leading Change
- 10% Discount on Leadership Coaching for you or your team from AESL
- One free consultation session with an AESL Associate
Tod Bolsinger is the Executive Director for the DePree Center Church Leadership Institute, and the author of Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory, and the newly released, Tempered Resilience: How Leaders are Formed in the Crucible of Change. Click here to view Tod’s profile.