The Ecclesial Executive Leadership Track is designed to equip national, regional, district ecclesial leaders, and local pastors, key leaders of Christian institutions, as well as secular businesses for mission-driven leadership across broad based departments, facilities, and vicinities.

This course is designed for leader-learners who want to build on their prior leadership perspectives by grasping new approaches in “collaborative change management” , from Christian perspectives. 

This course is useful for both, pre-existing  and new congregations, in a changing community. It is designed for leader-learners to grasp ways of analyzing their inner-organization context(s) in comparison and then in dialogue with their surrounding emerging community.

This seminar focuses on writing techniques that can be applied to workplace projects, such as action plans and strategic plan approaches with emphasis on structure and usability.

This course will examine the conflict cycle, styles of conflict management, and intervention strategies for resolving conflict. Special focus will be given to the leader’s pivotal role in conflict and using conflict for positive change, and the cultural climate for conflict.

This course is designed to provide the leader-learner with the framework and methods for prophetically articulating the direction and goal (mission), and the hopeful outcome (vision) of the congregation when in it blossoms into full functionality.