In "Harvest the Power," a Tapestry of Faith program
Take time to reflect on how and where you find grounding and sustenance in times of crisis and challenge. Read Handout 1, The Who of Leadership, and journal or reflect on how you nurture your spirit.
Read Handout 2, Imagination Gridlock, and consider the ways you have become gridlocked by chronic anxiety in your family life or congregational life. Visualize yourself as a person with integrity, a well differentiated person who is able to regulate anxiety in yourself and in the congregation where you are a leader. How will you live into that vision?
To strengthen your leadership skills and confidence, explore the leadership development resources recommended at the end of the workshop, as well as Workshop 1, Leader Resource 1, Accessibility Guidelines for Workshop Presenters.
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Last updated on Saturday, October 29, 2011.
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