Leadership Makeover – January 14 @ 8am PST/11am EST

Leadership Makeover – January 14 @ 8am PST/11am EST

I am excited to invite you to the upcoming Leadership Makeover webinar on January 14, 2020 at 8am PST/11am EST. To join us – CLICK HERE.

I will be discussing the following questions with my colleague, Micah Dodson:

  1. What is your disciple making process?
  2. How have you fostered a culture of making disciples & empowering leaders?
  3. What is your process or pipeline to multiply disciples &leaders?

Join us for the Leadership Makeover webinar- CLICK HERE

FREE Leadership Quiz

Begin your year with a renewed focus on your development as a leader, take our FREE 5-minute leadership quiz below!

Take our FREE LEADERSHIP QUIZ

At the conclusion of our webinar we will announce an exciting bonus to Leadership Collective 2020 participants!  You won’t want to miss this…

Leadership Makeover – January 14 @ 8am PST/11am EST

Leadership Makeover – January 14 @ 8am PST/11am EST

I am excited to invite you to the upcoming Leadership Makeover on January 14, 2020 at 8am PST/11am EST. We will be holding the webinar on ZOOM – CLICK HERE

I will be discussing the following questions with my colleague, Micah Dodson:

  1. What is your disciple making process?
  2. How have you fostered a culture of making disciples & empowering leaders?
  3. What is your process or pipeline to make disciples & multiply leaders?

Begin your year with a renewed focus on your development as a leader, take our FREE 5-minute leadership quiz below!

Take our FREE LEADERSHIP QUIZ

At the conclusion of our webinar we will announce an exciting bonus to Leadership Collective 2020 participants!  You won’t want to miss this…

Who is the ideal candidate for the Leadership Collective?

Who is the ideal candidate for the Leadership Collective?

I want to introduce you to Micah Dodson, who I am collaborating with for the Leadership Collective 2020.  We have known each other for some time and I thought you would find his description of the type of leader who will benefit most from a Leadership Collective, informative and inspiring.

The ideal candidate for the Leadership Collective is someone that recognizes the need and value of training leaders. It is someone that wants to hand off ministry to others. It is someone who wants to equip and send leaders. The candidates that we are hoping to serve are people that will hand off what’s been entrusted to faithful people that will hand it off to generations of leaders.

Read 3 insights Micah shares about the leaders who will benefit most from a Leadership Collective:
  1. Leaders who recognize the need and value of training other leaders..
  2. Leaders that want to hand off ministry to others.
  3. Leaders who want to send leaders.

Who in your network, has a vision to accelerate the process of making disciples and empowering leaders?  Please CLICK HERE for more information.  The Leadership Collective promises to a deliver a supportive community to help you reach your leader development goals.

 

SAVE THE DATE:

LEADERSHIP MAKEOVER

Please join us for the upcoming Leadership Makeover on January 14, 2020 at 8am PST/11am EST. We will be holding the webinar on ZOOM – CLICK HERE

Begin your year with a renewed focus on your development as a leader, take our FREE 5-minute leadership quiz below!

Take our FREE LEADERSHIP QUIZ

What is the purpose of the Leadership Collective?

What is the purpose of the Leadership Collective?

I want to introduce you to Micah Dodson.  We are collaborating for the Leadership Collective 2020.  Last week I asked him to tell you about himself, his background in ministry and vision to assess and coach church planters – CLICK HERE to read more.  We have known each other for some time and I thought you would find his motivation for a Leadership Collective inspiring.

The 2020 Leadership Collective will be an important catalyst for leaders that are looking to multiply their influence. Often times leaders get excited about the concepts of multiplication, but are unable to execute at implementation. We know that the harvest is ripe, that we are called to pray for harvest workers, and that we are called to make disciples, but that knowledge can be diluted by the pressures they face day in and day out.

Here are 3 insights Micah shares about the purpose for the Leadership Collective:
  1. Multiplication is a compelling vision, but leaders need help implementing this all-important principle.
  2. Multiplication gives way to the “tyranny of the urgent” – leaders lose sit of the big picture.
  3. Multiplication at all levels of the church, begins with disciplemaking at it’s core.

The Leadership Collective will be a vital input into your leadership that gives you the opportunity to work on your church not just in your church. Through a combination of training times and monthly coaching, we will serve to help you develop a platform of disciplemaking that leads to a culture of leadership development, and eventually results in continuous multiplication. Simply put, the Leadership Collective will help you move multiplication from an aspirational value to a daily practice.

That last statement is worth highlighting.  There exists a lot of resources that talk about making the shift from “addition” to “multiplication”.  If it was simple then everyone would be doing it.  That is WHY we are collaborating on the Leadership Collective.

Who in your network, has a vision to accelerate the process of making disciples and empowering leaders?  Please CLICK HERE for more information.  Next week I will share what Micah had to say about the type of leaders who will benefit most from a Leadership Collective.

SAVE THE DATE:

Leadership Make-Over

with Gary Reinecke & Micah Dodson

Meet Micah Dodson: Leadership Collective 2020

Meet Micah Dodson: Leadership Collective 2020

I want to introduce you to Micah Dodson, who I am collaborating with for the Leadership Collective 2020.  We have known each other for some time and I thought you would find his story interesting and inspiring.
Here are the questions I’ve asked him to respond to:
  1. Tell us a bit about yourself?
  2. Why is the Leadership Collective so important for leaders?
  3. Who would be a good candidate for the Leadership Collective?

This week, he is going to tell you his story.

My name is Micah Dodson. My wife, Kristen and I have been married for 23 years and we have three amazing children, Elijah (22), Hannah (21), and Zeke (18). We live in Vancouver, WA which is a suburb of Portland, OR. During our 23 years of marriage we have lived in the Vancouver, Seattle, and then Vancouver again for the last two years.

An interesting fact about my past was that my first career was in Starbucks Coffee. I started as a barista in college and then moved into management while I was attending seminary. When our fist two kiddos were born (and they are 11 months apart), I moved from being an assistant manager to being a store manager. This job later became a part time management role while I was serving on staff in a church plant.
Another strange fact is that I’m a Buffalo Bills fan, but have only ever lived in the Northwest…. but that’s a story for another time.
Our family has invested the last twenty plus years in the planting of churches. Our calling to church planting came from a prayer that Kristen and I started praying right after we got married. The prayer was asking God to help us find a way to connect our friends who didn’t yet know Jesus to a church. In particular, we asked God what it would look like to be part of a church that cared deeply about people who don’t know Jesus? God answered by connecting us to a church plant. Fast forward 23 years and we have planted in suburban and urban contexts. We have lead attractional churches, parish oriented neighborhood churches, and missional communities. Additionally, we have invested in caring for, assessing, training, and coaching church planters.
Here are 3 reasons I wanted to partner with Micah on the Leadership Collective:
  1. Micah has a vision to reach people far from God who are not currently in a local church.
  2. He understands the context of planting in suburban and urban settings along with diverse models.
  3. Micah understands the bi-vocational nature that more and more church planters must embrace.

Who in your network, has a vision to accelerate the process of making disciples and empowering leaders?  Please CLICK HERE for more information.  Next week I will share what Micah had to say about the motivation behind the Leadership Collective.

SAVE THE DATE:

Leadership Make-Over

with Gary Reinecke & Micah Dodson

CHURCHES DON’T HAVE ENOUGH LEADERS!

CHURCHES DON’T HAVE ENOUGH LEADERS!

From our research on the topic of leadership development, one insight stands out – churches don’t have enough leaders!

Pastors and church planters told us they lack the mentorship and learning communities to develop leaders

LEARNING COMMUNITIES WITH COACHING: 43% of churches report that they lack the mentorship efforts and learning communities necessary to develop great leaders.

That is why we created the Leadership Collective – Cultivating Multiplication in your Leadership PipelineCLICK HERE for more information.