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Likeability in Leadership: Learning Skills that Increase Relational Equity

A one-hour webinar

Thursday, February 4, 2021 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. via ZOOM

Registration is Required

Our next leadership webinar event will deal with the topic of Likeability in Leadership.  This webinar will explore various qualities and characteristics that individuals can cultivate in terms of likeability which can lead to greater effectiveness as a leader.  Here’s the point, a person does not  have to be likeable to be a good leader, in fact there are many examples of successful people who were not well-liked.  But those who learn the value of cultivating solid relationships through kindness, attentiveness, and compassion, tend to enjoy much greater success in their roles as leaders.  This webinar will offer at least ten tangible ways to build likeability.  There is no cost for this event, but registration is required.

This webinar will be led by Dr. Jon Roebuck, Executive Director of the Rev. Charlie Curb Center for Faith Leadership.

(The Zoom link will be sent to all participants prior to the event.)

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Weekly Webinar Series in Partnership with 7 Faith Based Organizations

In response to the growing challenge facing Christians and Churches due to the coronavirus pandemic, a collaboration of organizations that focus on church health is working together to offer practical content to help congregations be the Church in the midst of crisis.  The Center for Healthy ChurchesThe Church Network, the Presbyterian FoundationBaptist News Global, the Truett Church NetworkPneumatrix, and the Charlie Curb Center for Faith Leadership will together offer a weekly webinar that will help equip ministers and the congregations they lead and serve to respond to this crisis.

WHEN: Each Thursday 10 a.m. (approximately 40 minutes)
WHO: Ministers in local congregations
WHAT: Content will be focused on meeting the practical needs of congregations facing our current challenges. Topics will include pastoral care in crisis, worship and social distancing, discipleship and social distancing, benevolence ministry and social distancing, re-organizing in crisis, church finances in crisis, etc.
COST: Free

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