LEAD is a dynamic, personalized leadership development experience. This five-day innovative process equips you as a ministry leader to make significant progress toward the fulfillment of God’s purpose for your life and ministry.
LEAD's objectives for you:
- Affirm God's design and work in your life
- Discover or clarify your life dream
- Identify and address core hindrances Develop a game plan to facilitate fulfillment of your life dream
Who should attend LEAD?
- Are you going through a transition in your life or ministry?
- Are you facing challenges in current leadership role?
- Do you desire greater ministry effectiveness?
Created for ministry leaders who have completed a minimum of five years in full-time ministry, LEAD is designed to more effectively navigate the unique challenges you face in today's ever-changing world.
What does LEAD involve?
Drawing on 20 years of experience with hundreds of leaders, LEAD provides you with a process that involves evaluation, development, and a game plan. For those who are married, LEAD is designed for a husband and wife to participate together.
Each participant utilizes the knowledge and experience of his or her personalized coaching team in approximately 25 hours of feedback in specific areas of expertise.
Participants spend four days and five nights in The Corinthian Bed and Breakfast which is a close walk to the DTS campus.
Featuring first-class breakfasts and luxurious rooms, this beautiful facility provides a relaxing place for participants to stay while attending the different coaching modules and processing the personal information and feedback.
If you would like more information on LEAD, please contact Pam Cole at 214-841-3515 or via email.
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Upcoming LEAD Dates
- October 30-November 3, 2013 - FULL
- January 22-26, 2014
"There are times in our lives when God orchestrates events for maximum impact—molten moments—when He shapes us forever for Him. LEAD was such a time in our lives!"
"LEAD is the premier leadership development experience."
Chancellor, Dallas Seminary