Free Webinar: System Theory and Pastoral Leadership

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with Rev. Dr. Ken Reeves and Rev. Dr. Lawrence Peers

Ministers can rack their brains wondering: “What can help my stuck and dysfunction congregation?” Or we can wonder how to support a healthy congregation's further development. Systems Theory can clarify the minister's understanding of their congregational system in its health and illness. That thinking then guides actions and interventions on behalf of congregational health. This webinar will offer an explanation of Systems Theory, its central principles, and how those principles guide pastoral leadership. RSVP, you will receive a link to attend the webinar up to one week before the event.

A full day workshop, is also being offered on March 20, 2017.https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-whole-church-pastoral-leadership-guided-by-systems-theory-tickets-31069112552

The Rev. Ken Reeves, Ph.D., has an M.Div. and has served congregations in Ohio and Delaware. He has also earned a Masters in Pastoral Counseling and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. He is currently a clinical psychologist with a therapy practice, and a consulting psychologist with the Center for Career Development and Ministry. The Rev. Dr. Lawrence Peers D.Min, Ed.D. is a congregational consultant, clergy coach, trainer and retreat leader. He takes an integral approach to his work drawing upon his background and experience in organizational change and development, systems therapy, and specialized training in narrative therapy and somatic leadership coaching. www.lawrencepeers.com

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Lawrence Peers is a popular national retreat leader, consultant. and leadership coach. He is a certified Immunity to Change® facilitator, Leadership Circle Coach®  and a Professional Certified Coach.  His approach has been honed through his background and experiences which draw upon his expertise in organizational dynamics, counseling, spiritual psychology, and leadership coaching. He has often worked with leaders and organizations during times of change, transition or promise.  He has masters degrees in psychology and theology, a post-master's certificate in counseling psychology and doctoral degrees in Congregational Studies from Hartford Seminary and in Organizational Change from Pepperdine University. He is on the adjunct faculty of Lancaster Theological Seminary and Hartford Seminary. In addtion to his coaching and training work, Larry has extensive experience in Appreciative Inquiry, Future Search and other whole systems, participatory consulting processes. He is an Strozzi Institute Associate and  is affiliated with the Congregational Consulting Group. Larry is a former Alban Institute Senior Consultant and was most recently a Director of the Pastoral Excellence Network.

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