A bespoke Leadership Module has been developed for Coordinators, team leaders/senior Street and School Pastors and management team members.
This will be delivered on-line on Saturday 22nd (Part 1) and 29th (Part 2) January 2022. Both sessions run from 9am-12noon.
This training has been given to many types of leaders throughout the world:
The Power of Character - Developing Inspirational, Trustworthy Leaders
Participants will build on their existing skills to:
- Identify what makes a good leader?
- The difference between managers and leaders;
- Adapting to change and changing behaviour and attitudes;
- The 8 essential character traits to be a successful leader;
- How to sharpen your principles, lead vision with wisdom and conviction.
- Build a personal leadership action plan;
- Identify 10 powerful principles to provide a moral compass;
- Apply principle-based leadership to organisational culture.
Certificates are provided to those completing both parts 1 and 2.
Michael Askew, MSc served for over 30 years in the Metropolitan Police Service, London rising to Superintendent where he was Head of Operations in a variety of challenging London roles. He was Public Order and Security Coordinator trained. He has worked in 30 countries. Most recently from 2017 to 2019 he lived and worked in Nigeria countering terrorism. He is now the Regional Director for Europe, Pointman Leadership Institute (PLI). He is a married man with three sons and is a trustee of his local church. He enjoys playing golf and tennis when allowed.
Pointman started in 1994 and specialises in the delivery of Ethical Leadership and other training to strategic audiences around the world. We have provided training in 75 countries and trained over 100,000 people. We are a volunteer ‘not-for-profit’ organisation who has a 25-year track record across the globe. Our Vision is ‘to transform cultures by creating and supporting inspirational, trustworthy leaders.’ Our Mission is ‘to provide ethics training worldwide in character-based, principled leadership as a means of evangelism.’
Bejoy Pal, the New CEO of Ascension Trust will share part of his journey into leadership and some of the lessons he’s learned along the way to inspire and develop the ministry moving forwards. From captaining sports teams through his time in education, leading youth ministries and missions to Africa and helping to develop youth and schools work on a national scale, growing a team has always been an important part to his development. He will be sharing helpful insights that can be applied within the initiatives of AT.