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Grow Your Capacity
Grow your capacity to stay connected in the face of anxiety and disagreement as you grow increasingly competent in your ability to meet your leadership challenges.
Transform your ability to lead well by learning to see how some parts of your leadership negatively impact those around you and developing practices for disrupting those leadership practices, replacing them with practices that more effectively empower those around you.
Influence & Impact
You will develop a growing awareness of your ability to influence the larger community for the common good and increase your capacity to steward this ability wisely and intentionally.
Jim and Trisha understand that profound change roots in individuals before it transfuses systems. Having observed the cycle in themselves as well as in others, they shepherd us into the remissioning work of the Holy Spirit. Thomas F. Tumblin, Asbury Theological Seminary
We need leaders who lead from the inside out with a life of moral integrity, personal accountability experienced in authentic community, and who call others to follow them into the journey of transformational change. Dr. Jack Dennison, CitiReach International
Instead of giving us leadership techniques to be applied to others, [they] provide practical principles and personal stories of how leaders can manage themselves instead of others Bill Easum
[They do] a marvelous job of taking insights from family systems theory, fusing them with solid Biblical theology, and making these concepts practical and accessible for pastors. Dr. Jim Jackson, Chapelwood UMC
For over 20 years, we have worked to equip people around North America to grow their capacity to grow their emotional intelligence, adapt to change, and work for the common good through coaching relationships and through our books and trainings.
But the world is changing at an unrelenting pace and many leaders still lack the capacity to effectively help their organization navigate their mission in the context of deep change. Read More ...