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Leadership Intensives with Dr Don Owers

St Barnabas College is delighted to offer in 2017 an outstanding opportunity for professional development for church leaders, presented by Rev’d Dr Don Owers. Don recently retired as Principal of Tabor Adelaide, an executive leadership position he held for many years. Prior to that, Don headed up a number of significant Anglican parish positions, including St George’s Magill.

This is a significant opportunity for learning more about church leadership, for everyone, whether you are just starting out or in senior leadership.

Don brings to the study and practice of leadership his considerable knowledge, expertise and personal integrity. His is a deep-seated wisdom, gained from the coal-face. I commend this opportunity to anyone exercising leadership in the church

– Rev’d Canon Dr Matthew Anstey

2 March          Modelling the way – the critical place of integrity in leadership
16 March        Discerning the times – the creative role of vision in leadership
30 March        Declaring reality – nurturing the prophetic role of leadership
11 May            Leadership as empowerment (of others!)
25 May            Leadership and the art/science of encouragement

Each session runs on a Thursday from 9:30-12:30pm and costs $60, or $200 for all five.

Places are limited, so book early to secure your spot at 8305 9380.

2 thoughts on “Leadership Intensives with Dr Don Owers

  1. Hello
    I am planning my sabbatical studies for 2018 along the following lines: “To help inform a local model, this study will explore UK and Australian models of how a local church develops future leaders in society and future ministers in the church.”
    I wonder if you can tell me if there are any planned short courses / intensives on Leadership that might be offered during the second half of 2018.
    Simon Martin
    All Saints, Vanguard St, Nelson, New Zealand

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