Fruitful Leadership in the Marketplace: A Mini-Conference if you are in the Louisville Area April 14

On April 14, the Saturday right after T4G, I will be speaking at the Engage@Work Spring Mini-Conference held by Sojourn Community Church from 8 am to noon.

I’ll be talking about fruitful Christian leadership, especially in the marketplace, and will cover about six main things:

  1. Why we must care greatly about leadership as Christians
  2. Can there even be a Christian view on leadership? Or, how to learn from secular thinking without infecting the church with the “managerial model”
  3. What is the essence of good leadership and how does the gospel transform it? The two core principles at the heart of effective gospel-centered leadership
  4. Leading for the good of others: Transactional leadership versus transforming leadership
  5. How do you lead well — especially in the marketplace? 8 things you can start doing right now
  6. Leadership and how the gospel changes our organizations, cities, societies, and the world

Also, bring your questions — the harder the better. Answering difficult questions on leadership, the Bible, theology, and anything else is one of my favorite things to do. (But don’t worry if your question seems more simple — I like those questions as well!).

Everyone is welcome, and the event will be held at Sojourn’s New Albany campus. Registration is $10, and the first 50 registrants will receive a 40% discount on my upcoming book What’s Best Next: How the Gospel Transforms the Way You Get Things Done when it releases.

You can see more details on Sojourn’s blog and register here.

It would be great to see you there!

March 30, 2012 | Filed Under Leadership | 1 Comment 

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