Influential Leadership Workshop
18th May 2020 - 22nd May 2020
This workshop is aimed at leaders of churches, leaders in the Corporate, Public Sector, voluntary Sector and small businesses.
It will help you, in an open and supportive environment, to become more alive in your role, more secure in your identity, more invested in your character development and more influential in your relationships.
The workshop is being held in partnership with Forge Consultancy and Keswick Ministries.
Simon Barrington, founder and director at Forge said: “Come prepared to be honest, open, challenged and changed and you will find that you meet Jesus in a new way, return refreshed and ready for your next challenge and look at the issues you face from a completely new perspective.”
Each day there will be time for devotions, worship and spiritual reflection on leadership issues. Delegates will also work closely with Simon who will help leaders develop their own personal development plan based on five I’s of Leadership : Intimacy with Jesus, Identity in Christ, Integrity of character, Inner Strength and Influence. By the end of the week, delegates will have been supported to develop a personal development plan and will be partnered with other leaders to support them through the application.
The workshop format will be dynamic, interactive, and demanding. It brings out and develops each individual’s gifting and addresses each individual’s situation, rather than giving a formulaic grid.
Leaders of churches, leaders in business and leaders in charities.
£375 per person – no accommodation.
Simon Barrington, Founder of Forge Leadership Consultancy.
Experienced Chief Executive who is now utilising this experience in mentoring, coaching, advising and supporting executives and Church leaders in leadership development. Simon is currently developing the ideas on this course into a book and is undertaking research on the Leadership development needs of millennials.
Naomi is an experienced leadership development consultant, skilled in designing, delivering, facilitating and coaching within leadership and personal development programmes. She is a pioneer and enabler of social purpose organisations, particularly in service of fighting slavery and achieving social justice.
She recently co-founded a social purpose natural food and drinks business, HOLOS London, which exists to provide employment and training for survivors of trafficking. Naomi is excited to continue working with leaders who share her faith in exploring how they bring leadership principles to life in a Christian mission context.
James Robson, Ministry Director of Keswick Ministries.
Before leading Keswick Ministries, James was involved in the training of church leaders for nearly 20 years, helping with their formation and teaching them the Old Testament. He taught for 10 years at Oak Hill College, and then for seven years at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University, where he was Senior Tutor and part of the Senior Management Team.