Administration as Leadership Online Renaissance module
Type of event: Training
The Administration as Leadership Renaissance module will be offered in an online format on Thursdays April 4, 11, 18, 25 and May 2 from 6:00pm-8:00pm Eastern. The module will be led by Katy Siepert (uucedre [at] gmail [dot] com) and Liz Martin (liz [dot] martin [at] svuus [dot] org). Registration is limited to 15 participants and the fee is $175, payable at the time of registration by credit card only. The registration deadline is March 21, 2019.
The Administration as Leadership Renaissance module is an online learning experience comprised of 5 two-hour webinars with reading and other assignments for each session. Credit will be offered for full participation in the module. Full participation includes:
- Online attendance and active participation at five two-hour sessions
- Reading and reflection to prepare for each session
- Responses to Reflection Questions on the Discussion Forum after each session.
- Submission of final evaluation within a week of the ending of the module.
Goals of the Module
The overall goals of this module are:
- To set the administrative duties in the context of the larger portfolio of religious education leadership
- To appreciate the importance of strong organizational and management skills in administration
- To survey effective means for educating, engaging and appreciating those who share in faith development
- To explore strategies for healthy communication, decision making and delegation.
In order to access module materials, participants must have or create a UUA profile name. On UUA.org, click on “create account” at the top right and follow instructions on the page. If you have already participated in an online module, use the profile name you have already created. No later than two weeks before the module begins, email the module leaders with your profile name to be added to the group and begin the preparation required before the first session.
The webinar platform is Zoom, which you can download from Zoom. The module requires the use of a computer with internet connection and a video camera.