Speaking in Cleveland on March 14 -- Today's church and world require leaders who can facilitate adaptive change and inspire people to cultivate new consciousness, conscience and competence. This workshop, led by prominent leadership author and consultant Sharon Daloz Parks, will draw on the insights of adaptive leadership guru Ronald Heifetz and others to consider how we form the inner lives of leaders, what it means to practice authority, and how we cultivate the arts of leadership on the edge.
Whether you are an emerging or established leader, lay or ordained, working in the institutional church or beyond--this workshop will inspire you to reassess and re-imagine the good that can come from your leadership and the change you want to create.
This event is sponsored by the Bexley Hall and Seabury Partnership for Lifelong Learning. Read an interview with Daloz Parks, and learn more and register for the Cleveland event at St. Paul's Episcopal in Cleveland Heights and the Chicago event at Park Ridge Community Church.