Presenter: Mark Stevenson, Founder and Practice Leader, Clarity for Christian Leaders
Description: In this webinar, Mark will share with you his experience in serving Christian leaders as they seek to steward and maximize their staff’s sense of purpose and fit in their work. The session will share general principles and case studies about how to better access the heart and gifts of your people and it will also provide tools and takeaways you can put into practice immediately. Whether you’re managing high-performing up-and-comers, or you are working through the challenges of reassigning staff members who have lost passion for their roles, this session’s content and discussions will help you move forward. There will also be time for us to learn from one another as Mark encourages the participants to share their experiences in “stewarding the purpose inside the people” in their ministries.
Presenter Bio: Since 1997, Mark has served the leadership needs of Christian executives, pastors, boards and teams. His passion is to resource leaders and organizations to thrive in their vital part of God’s restoration project. Mark’s approach is specific and tailored to each client’s needs by providing clarity for personal, board, team and organizational Through one-on-one coaching and through developing initiatives that serve entire ministries, Mark has helped over 2000 individuals and 275 organizations get clear on their most important next steps. In addition to North Americans, Mark has served leaders from 16 nations and has engaged in-country efforts in Kenya, Niger, DR Congo, Tanzania, Ukraine, Georgia, Haiti, Mexico, China, Hong Kong SAR and Thailand.
As a practice leader and in collaboration with strategic partners, his clients have included World Vision International, World Vision US, The CEO Forum, Wycliffe Bible Translators, Missio Nexus, Azusa Pacific University, Calvin College, Fuller Theological Seminary, Westminster Seminary (CA), The Evangelical Free Church of America, ReachGlobal, YouthWorks, Willow Creek Community Church, Oak Hills Church and numerous local church congregations.