Tim and I were pleased to connect with the Specialised Consultancy Team for the Baptist Association of NSW and ACT at the Ministry and Learning Centre in Macquarie Park.
The main topics explored in the training included Cognitive Processes in Conflict, and Polarity Management as opposed to problem solving. He also touched on Christopher Moore’s causal Elements of Conflict and David Snowden’s Complexity Theory.
The notes and resources can be found in SharePoint.
Transform Southern Sydney is hosting a series of seminars for leaders on change and transition leadership. At the first of four seminars (on zoom today) Tim introduced four types of change and transition, focussed insights from Bridge’s Transition Model and Worden’s Four Tasks of Letting Go in leading change and transition, and outlined the tasks of effective leadership through the transition process with reference to Kotter’s Process for Leading Change.
Tim and I joined the Presbyterian Church Consultancy Team via Zoom this and yesterday morning. We returned to the standard facilitation process before reflecting on broad types of proactive (problem solving, re-visioning, and redevelopment) and reactive (specialist) consultancies. We then explored issues facing ministers in the aftermath of the last two years of COVID19.
The resources are in the consultancy team Dropbox.