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In our conversation with Tod Bolsinger, author of Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory, talks with us about how to lead when you don’t know what to do. He quotes a pastor who told him, “I think I can learn adaptive change but I’m not sure I can survive it.” In this episode, Dr. Bolsinger reminds us that we can grow our leadership resilience through reflection, relationships and a rule of life.
We hope you’ll listen in.
• The challenges of 2020: 1918, 1929 and 1968 all at the same time
• Managing your anxiety about leadership and enter into a learning process
• Lead through loss
• Learning from people on the margins
• Growing resilience when you face a mountain of despair
• Tempered steel as an example of being forged for resilience and effectiveness
• Accepting that not everyone will come with us when we lead
• Resilience comes when we are able to ground ourselves in something other than our own success as leaders
• Leading in exile
• Looking and Listening: Listening as attunement; Looking from the balcony
For more from Tod Bolsinger, text UNCHARTED to 66866 and connect to his resources.
Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory
Leadership for a Time of Pandemic
About Tod Bolsinger
In response to his calling to serve pastors and nonprofit leaders as they navigate and lead change,Tod Bolsinger is shifting away from his role as Vice President of Leadership Formation at Fuller Seminary and is taking on a new leadership initiative with Fuller’s DePree Center and the Fuller Leadership Platform. He has also served as a pastor and a professor in various capacities. He is married to Beth and they have two children.
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