Getting Out Alive – Lessons Leadership Survival

Web Workshop and Getting Out Alive: LESSONS ON LEADERSHIP SURVIVAL
Presented by Hans Finzel  D.Miss, Founder  HD Leaders

Description
This six part leadership series of workshops is intended to take us from surviving to thriving in our leadership in the world of fulfilling the Great Commission.  Drawing from thirty years of experience in the world of missions and two decades as a mission CEO, our facilitator is well aware that mission agency leadership is not an easy task.  At times it seems more like herding cats.   We plan to break down the most essential pieces that will make your leadership effective over the long haul.  The unique challenges of leadership in mission agencies will be explored in depth. Participants will be able to input their own leadership challenges into the learning experience.


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