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CMED Course- Sustaining Oneself In Leadership Day One- Staying Fresh, Staying Faithful

2nd December 2015 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

with Revd Charles Burgess

 All leadership is demanding and burnout is familiar to those exercising leadership in all sorts of contexts. This a two day event which looks at staying fresh and faithful in our leadership roles based on a model for handling pressure, whilst exploring what drains and sustains us. The event will include exploring issues of call, expectations and discerning priorities. While clearly, participants will gain most value from attending both days, they are designed so that participants may attend either day one or day two only.

 The first day will think about issues of character, call and discerning priorities, together with exploring what a rhythm of grace may look like rather than one in which we are driven to ‘to achieve’.

Charles is a leadership specialist with CPAS. He has many years of practical leadership experience both from a career in the RAF and, in the last six years, through his role with CPAS. CPAS currently work with over 20 dioceses in supporting them as they seek to build and strengthen a culture of collaborative leadership, including developing and enabling vision, changing culture, building teams and developing missional leadership. To this end, Charles facilitates various leadership development events across the UK, from individual days to longer-term programmes. He also mentors clergy in developing their leadership development skills.

Note: This event is a joint CMED/IME Phase 2 (curates) session, members of IME Phase 2 are expected to attend both days on 2nd and 3rd December.

10am Coffee, 10.30am Start, 4pm Finish.

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Date: 2nd December 2015 Time:
10:00 am - 4:00 pm


Revd Canon Paul Arthur Phone: 01872 274351 Email: cmed@truro.anglican.org


Judge’s Dining Room, Shire House
Mount Folly
Bodmin, PL31 2DQ United Kingdom
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