The Center for Leadership Excellence is pleased to present a virtual webinar and workshop series with Susan Beaumont, How to Lead When You Don’t Know Where You Are Going.
Join us for a free webinar and then dig deeper by registering for one (or both!) of the follow up workshops. Workshops are $20/each, or $35 if you register for both together. Teams of 3 or more receive an additional 20% discount.
Session One: Navigating a Liminal Season
Wednesday, May 12, 10am-11am EST
This series starts off with a free webinar introducing the concept of liminality and exploring the challenges and opportunities facing organizations in liminal space. The pandemic season is a liminal season. How do we lead in this time? This webinar is a prerequisite for the workshops that follow. Anyone who registers for a workshop will receive a link to join live or view the recording. Learn more and register.
Session Two: Engaging the Soulfulness of Institution
Wednesday, May 19, 10am-11:30am EST
This session focuses on the soul as the authentic and truest self of the organization. In liminal seasons, we rely upon the soul of the institution to guide our leadership choices and our learning. This session explores spiritual shifts and practices that will help leaders connect with the soul of the institutions they lead. Learn more and register.
Session Three: Coaxing Order out of Chaos
Wednesday, May 26, 10am-11:30am EST
Eventually, the process of disorientation we are experiencing will find resolution. This process is known as emergence. This final workshop will explore the process of emergence and how leaders can nurture an environment that invites meaning making, finding new purpose, and fostering innovation. Learn more and register.
About Susan Beaumont:
Susan Beaumont is a consultant, coach, author, and spiritual director. She has worked with hundreds of congregations and denominational bodies across the United States and in Canada and is known for her ground-breaking work in the leadership dynamics of large congregations. Susan engages the best of business practice, filtered through the lens of careful theological reflection, and moves easily between discernment and decision making, nurturing the soul of the leader along with the soul of the institution.
Susan is an ordained minister within the American Baptist Churches, USA., and she currently teaches at Wesley Theological Seminary. She is the author of How to Lead When You Don’t Know Where You’re Going: Leading in a Liminal Season and Inside the Large Congregation and the co-author of When Moses Meets Aaron: Staffing and Supervision in the Large Congregation.