The Art of Self Leadership Blogathon is a chance for us to think together about our need to lead self — while faithfully living out our call to lead others.
As leaders, we often put our own needs aside in order to focus on those around us. But in order for us to be the effective, healthy, and durable leaders we desire to be, we need to be wise, intentional, and strategic with regard to how we manage our time, establish and protect different boundaries, approach our work, and faithfully live out our call to serve others.
This 3-day event is a chance to explore new ideas and best practices as they relate to our service as faithful leaders, as well as to engage in some online conversation about some of the challenges or struggles we face in this area of Self Leadership.
LIVE EVENT: Oct. 23 – 25, 2012.
Recalibrating Productivity By Shuttin’ It Down | Joy Eggerichs | Director of Love & Respect NOW
Staff Meeting For One | Tommy McGregor | Founder of TheTransMission, a ministry dedicated to helping students prepare for the spiritual transition to college.
A Rich but Often Overlooked Resource for Self Leadership | Stephen Rankin | Chaplain and Minister to the University at Southern Methodist University.
Hiding Behind Busy | Ashlee Alley | Campus Minister at Southwestern College
Set a Compass | Mike Armstrong | Director of Christ on Campus at UA
The Freedom of Being Scheduled | Ron Edmondson | Pastor at Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, KY
The Power and Peace of “No” | Guy Chmieleski | University Minister at Belmont University
The Freedom of Discipline | JR. Forasteros | Teaching pastor at Beavercreek Nazarene in Dayton, OH