This leadership resource provides specific ways to navigate the emotional processes that emerge during times of challenge and change.
leadership journal at the end of each chapter, examples from a variety of social science fields, guidance from the Bowen Family Systems Theory
clergy, clergy study groups, seminarians, judicatory leaders, new leaders
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- By reflecting on one’ s own leadership style, develop new skills based on the Bowen Theory: a non-anxious presence, identifying emotional dynamics in a congregation, avoiding we vs. they in conflict situations.
- Gain clarity about one’ s own vision for the congregation, despite what Steinke calls the “ uproar” and “ disruptions of post-modern life.”