Most church leaders have a vision. It may not be the right vision for the place and time, but at least on some level, that really doesn’t matter. An organization actively pursuing a vision is healthier than one without any vision. The problem is that ministers often don’t know the practical steps necessary to turn vision into reality. They don’t have the organizational tools needed to accomplish what their vision calls them to do.
The Church Leader’s MBA focuses on four areas of professional management skills that we believe ministers must develop:
-The ability to develop an organization
-The ability to lead people effectively
-The ability to manage the operational elements of the organization
-The ability to manage one’s own ongoing professional development.
We hope you enjoy.