Online Leadership Series

Wednesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 pm Central (5pm Eastern)
via Zoom
$50 per month

All sessions will be recorded
for those weeks when schedule prohibits participation.

Leading In Tumultuous Times

Perhaps attending to one's leadership is more important than ever in this time of adaptive challenge and change. Equally important is staying connected to our spiritual source—the two go hand in hand, actually. Join us for a series of month-long online leadership courses, where we'll explore our own spiritual formation as leaders, adaptive leadership and leadership in general, and what it is to be a wise leader.  


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Spring/SUMMER 2020

The Spiritual Journey in Tumultuous Times

The Spiritual Journey in Tumultuous Times

The Spiritual Journey in Tumultuous Times

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MAY

with Dr. Deborah Rundlett


What does our spiritual formation have to do with leading in tumultuous times?  A lot!  A quick study of the mystical path of across traditions reveals a parallel path to leading intentional change for the flourishing of our communities.  In this threshold time, join Debbie in an exploration of our spiritual formation as it supports our leadership call.


May 6 

 The Formational Journey and Leading Intentional Change

Beginning with Core Identity: Beloved


May 13  

Character: Transformed, Degree by Degree


May 20  

Call: Passion + Strength + Need


May 27 

Community: For the Flourishing of All!


Registration for May is closed.

Leading Adaptively In Tumultuous Times

The Spiritual Journey in Tumultuous Times

The Spiritual Journey in Tumultuous Times

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JUNE

with Mary Kay DuChene


It’s one thing to practice leading adaptively in times of peace and calm. It’s another thing entirely in times of tumult. Who are you as you lead in chaotic times? What tools are available to you? How do you stay connected to your spiritual source? In this threshold time, join Mary Kay DuChene on the balcony to think together about adaptive leadership in such a time as this.


June 3

Seeing Yourself as a System


June 10

Staying Connected to Purpose/Source


June 17

Regulating the Stress (Yours and the System’s) 


June 24

The adaptive and the technical


Note:  All sessions will be recorded for those weeks when schedule prohibits participation.


Stepping Into Leadership

The Spiritual Journey in Tumultuous Times

Stepping Into Leadership

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JULY

with Okokon Udo, PhD, PCC


What you need to know and how you need to be to fully step into leadership.


July 8  

Understanding Leadership


July 15  

Everyone Is a Leader


July 22 

Leading from the Inside Out


July 29 

For Such a Time as This


Note: All sessions will be recorded for those weeks when schedule prohibits participation.

FALL 2020

The Wise Leader

The Wise Leader

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AUGUST

summer break

The Wise Leader

The Wise Leader

The Wise Leader

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SEPTEMBER

with Mark Sundby, M.Div., Ph.D.


When all is boiled down, what do most of us want in their leaders? Wisdom. It cuts across time, place, and culture. Major spiritual traditions from across the globe have “a wisdom literature” which lies beneath their unique belief systems and ties them all together. In this course, we will consider the importance of becoming a wise leader by touching upon a wide variety of sources, including ancient philosophers, contemporary thinkers, and the research findings of psychologists and neuroscientists.  


We will explore some challenging questions: Can people in the same situation come to differing conclusions while acting wisely? Is foolishness ever a wise choice? And, most importantly, how do you become a wise leader?


September 9

Defining Wisdom 


September 16

The Wisdom Sources: Ancient Philosophers and Spiritual Traditions


September 23

Contemporary Perspectives from Psychology and Neuroscience


September 30

Becoming a Wise Leader


Note:  All sessions will be recorded for those weeks when schedule prohibits participation.

The Wise Leader

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Maze by Maksym Kaharlytskyi, toolbox by Susan Holt Simpson, island path by Sébastien Goldberg, owl by Zdeněk Macháček

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