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Ken McFayden The Main Event August 10, 2013. Strategic Leadership for a Change. Coming to Terms. LEADER. Coming to Terms. LEADING. Coming to Terms. LEADERSHIP. Coming to Terms. TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP. Coming to Terms. ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP. A Hypothesis.

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Ken mcfayden the main event august 10 2013

Ken McFayden

The Main Event

August 10, 2013

Strategic Leadership for a Change


Coming to terms

Coming to Terms

LEADER


Coming to terms1

Coming to Terms

LEADING


Coming to terms2

Coming to Terms

LEADERSHIP


Coming to terms3

Coming to Terms

TRANSFORMATIONAL

LEADERSHIP


Coming to terms4

Coming to Terms

ADAPTIVE

LEADERSHIP


A hypothesis

A Hypothesis

The church both yearns for and resists effective leadership, particularly leadership that is transformational in nature.


Table discussions

Table Discussions

  • In what ways do you see or sense people yearning for leadership?

  • In what ways do you see or sense people resisting leadership?


I wonder

I Wonder…

Why do we want to grow?


Where there is growth

Where there is growth…

  • Growth change

  • Change conflict


Table discussions1

Table Discussions

  • Why do we want to grow as a church?

  • Is the “why” strong enough for us to go through processes of change and conflict? How do we know?


A key premise

A Key Premise

People do not resist change, per se.

People resist loss.

(Leadership on the Line, Ronald Heifetz and Marty Linsky)


An overwhelming sense of loss

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of members


An overwhelming sense of loss1

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of the congregation’s central place

in the lives of members


An overwhelming sense of loss2

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of pastors and staff members


An overwhelming sense of loss3

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of deeply held traditions


An overwhelming sense of loss4

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of structural supports (volunteers, denominational support)


An overwhelming sense of loss5

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of status within communities


An overwhelming sense of loss6

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of stability


An overwhelming sense of loss7

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of confidence—in leaders, in members, in denominational bodies


An overwhelming sense of loss8

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of energy, vitality, and

passion for ministry


An overwhelming sense of loss9

An Overwhelming Sense of Loss

Loss of identity


Table discussions2

Table Discussions

  • What losses, in your view, are having the most profound impact upon the church?

  • How are these losses impacting church members? Church leaders? The church itself?


The key of attachment

The Key of Attachment

  • Ways we are attached

  • Degrees of attachment

  • Impact upon grieving


The potential for attaching anew

The Potential for Attaching Anew

Not the same as reattachment!


A key to attaching anew

A Key to Attaching Anew

Vision


Where there is no vision

Where there is no vision…

… the people __________________.


Strategic leadership for a change

FLOUNDER


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