Susan Beaumont’s new book, How to Lead When You Don’t Know Where You Are Going, has a lot to offer churches imagining life after the pandemic. If you are curious about her book, hear what UMC pastor Adam Shahan has to say about it:
Beaumont and Rendle’s writings about leaders and organizations shaping narrative go hand-in-hand. In liminal seasons, we are in what Moltmann called the “mini-eschaton:” we are between something old and something new. The old has ended and we cannot return to it, but the new is not yet clear. This is the most difficult anxiety for a spiritual leader to navigate.
If you want to learn more, don’t forget to register for our free webinar with Susan on Wednesday:
How to Lead When You Don’t Know Where You Are Going
Session One: Negotiating a Liminal Season
Presented by the Center for Leadership Excellence
with Susan Beaumont
May 12, 10am-11am EST
Interested in the full book review? You can find it here. We hope to see you Wednesday!
~ Leah and Josey, Center for Leadership Excellence