Leadership and Shared Ministry
Auburn Theological Seminary
Auburn Seminary educates people to meet the challenges of religious and public life through renewing church life and leadership, increasing multifaith understanding across lines of religious difference, and strengthening theological schools through educational research and consulting. It has a special relationship with Union Theological Seminary in New York, on whose campus it is located.
Center for Creative Leadership (CCL)
CCL is a nonprofit institution dedicated to leadership. CCL integrates cutting-edge research with innovative training, coaching, assessment and publishing. Staff teams, Leadership and Coaching emphasized.
Duncan Conference Center
Personal retreats and workshops in Delray, FL.
The Greenleaf Center for Servant-Leadership
The Center's mission is to improve the caring and quality of all institutions through a new approach to leadership, structure, and decision making. The three basic facets of Servant-Leadership are: Servant-leadership emphasizes increased service to others; a holistic approach to work; promoting a sense of community; and the sharing of power in decision making.
The Leadership Network
Leadership Network fosters church innovation and growth through strategies, programs, tools and resources that are consistent with its mission: to identify, connect and help high-capacity Christian leaders multiply their impact.
The Mountain Retreat and Learning Centers
Personal retreats and workshops in Highlands, NC.
Pastoral Leadership Program at Seattle University
A year-long program with monthly meetings of experienced clergy from a variety of faith traditions. Study topics include: Sustaining Pastoral Excellence, Effective Teams in Ministry, Envisioning Leadership, Cross Cultural Leadership, Transforming Congregational Culture, Pathways to Reconciliation and Forgiveness, and Leading from Spiritual Depth.
Professional Communications, Inc.—Leadership Assessment
Organizational Engineering Institute, I Opt
The assessment includes strengths & vulnerabilities and elements of leadership themes and followership considerations. A Coaching Report is also available.
- Harvard Business School and Kennedy School of Government, Cambridge, MA
- Kellogg School of Business, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
- Florida A&M University School of Business and Industry, Tallahassee, FL
- Hampton Institute School of Business, Norfolk, VA
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Last updated on Tuesday, April 16, 2013.
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