The director of Waverley Abbey College and Head of Counselling, on why the challenges of mental health needs to be part of every leader’s outlook.
The director of Waverley Abbey College and Head of Counselling, on whether counselling might form part of a leader’s ministry
The Head of Business Development at Cinnamon Network UK on the new Project Lab competition aiming to support charitable efforts to help the homeless.
The former International director of Operation Mobilisation and founder of 'Formation' looks at decision making as a leader. How do we hear God? what role does common sense and our own desires have within making decisions as a leader. How can we make better decisions by learning from the bad ones.
Bruce is one of the leaders of New Wine Cymru, sharing his experience of helping a local church in Harrow to transition towards a church more missional and open to the Spirit. He looks at the importance of understanding the different groups in most churches: the radicals, the progressives, the conservatives and the traditionalists. A wise leader keeps an eye on each group to ensure unity as the transition is made.
Ros is director of Operations with Transform Work UK and shares how to encourage Christian groups within the workplace and provides wise approaches to engaging with other faiths and religions. There are now hundreds of Christian work place Groups, many of whom are taking advantage of the equality legislation that encourages large firms and companies to make space for religious grouos within the workplace.
Will is a Pastoral Chaplain at Holy Trinity Brompton. Based on his book, The Power of Belonging, Will looks at being vulnerable as a leader and how shame works against out engagement with others. He shares why 'success doesnt equal securit'y and touches on his own mental health issues and the importance of being authentically present in our leadership. Why 'fake it to make it' is lousy career advice and why he hates the phrase 'becoming the best version of ourselves'
In a special series looking at archived versions to celebrate 700 shows, Andy Peck talks with Dallas Willard. He is now with the Lord (May 2013), but served as Professor of Philosophy at University of Southern California. The conversation from 2010 picked up on themes from his book, Personal Religion, Public Reality? Towards a knowledge of FaithIt looked at the four questions we all have to face in life, what is meant by the kingdom of God, what self denial is and isnt, how Jesus sees our role as leaders, why every work can involve God, and why the pastor needs to address 'the world' and not just their local church