Critical Skills for Emerging Leaders
How to build an effective missions culture in which team members are confident with their abilities, strong in their spirituality, and inspired to be on mission is central to this multi-day experience. Because the vitality and influence of any organization depends on the maturity and effectiveness of their team members, Critical Skills for Emerging Leaders focuses on how to engage those team members and maximize their kingdom impact.
This course is designed for emerging leaders in their mid 20s to late 30s. Explore the challenges you face in church, and home office leadership positions and focus on enhancing skills required to mature and become more effective.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn how to be an effective part of a team. Discover the practical aspects of who God has wired you to be and how to proactively develop those strengths. You will build a culture of ongoing development, strong collaboration, and being on mission.
Why You Want to Participate
Engage with other emerging leaders in a 2.5-day in-person event that addresses your spiritual foundation for leadership as well as personal leadership awareness and effectiveness. Connect as a group to explore team life, organization lifecycles and culture, plus ongoing leadership development.
Following the live event will be 4 monthly virtual cohort-based coaching sessions to address each topic in detail and focus on practical issues you face.
How It Will Help You
This is your opportunity to develop your personal leadership style, enabling you to analyze and develop within your organization. This course will make you proficient in personal leadership analysis and development. But most importantly, it will help you to build cultural awareness for your organization to serve on mission.
A 2.5-day live event in Winter Park, Florida will introduce you to the key topics presented by a team of leaders from agencies and the local church. Four monthly virtual group coaching sessions will follow the event to explore more topics.
- 2.5-day live event with multiple speakers covering subjects like personal leadership development, leading a team, and organizational leadership.
- Connect with a cohort of peers from other organizations and churches.
- Four months of extended virtual learning and coaching after the live event.
Michael VanHuis has been with Missio Nexus since September 2015 and is currently serving in the role of Vice President. Michael started in missions by serving with Pioneers in 1997 as a field missionary in Ghana, West Africa, and continued service on their International Leadership Team and Director of Operations for Pioneers USA. In 2005, Michael became the Missions Pastor for Northland Church in Orlando, Florida, overseeing all local to global missions. In 2012, Michael joined the OneWay Ministries staff as Executive Vice President and served with them until joining Missio Nexus in the fall of 2015. Michael earned a Masters of Global Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, and has traveled widely around the globe serving many national leaders and ministries. He and his wife, Laura, have five children and currently live in Aurora, Illinois.
This event will have a limited number of registrations available.
This event is hosted at San Pedro Center, 2400 Dike Road, Winter Park, Florida 32792.
Live event begins with a welcome dinner on February 15, 2022. Lunches, dinners, and breaks will be provided. Live event concludes at 12:00 PM on February 18. Four monthly virtual coaching sessions will follow.
Price includes event materials, meals, room and board, and coaching sessions.
$750 for Missio Nexus Members
$900 for Non-members
Accommodation is included with registration. For those who are local and prefer to commute, a discounted commuter ticket is available. ($550 Members/$700 Non-Members)
Registration Cancellation. If you must cancel for any reason, a $25 cancellation fee will be assessed up to 30 days prior to the event. After this time, there is no refund available, however, where appropriate, you may substitute someone from your organization.