Power operates in all societies, organisations, groups and families. It can be used constructively on behalf of flourishing, or it can work destructively to diminish wellbeing. We may not see ourselves as people who have (or want) power, but inevitably power is at work in our everyday interactions. In this presentation, David Crawley offers ways to notice and name this reality and to think about it in light of the teaching and example of Jesus.
The Laidlaw Centre for Church Leadership invites anyone in a formal or informal leadership role in church, workplace or the community to this Evening Public Workshop that explores how power is at work in relationships. It is designed to be interactive to help you reflect on your practices and experiences of power and its impact on those around you.
We plan to gather in person as well as livestream this event on YouTube. If the levels change we will offer this event on Zoom.
If you are able to join us on the Henderson campus, please register your details below.
To register a group for this event please email [email protected].
You can click here to watch the livestream.
Click here to download the handout for this presentation.
Click here to download the workshop slides PDF for this presentation.
Invite your friends, colleagues and fellow church members to engage in this topic together.
|Where||Henderson campus & livestream on YouTube|
|When||7:30pm - 9:00pm|
|Cost||FREE & open to the public|
|RSVP||Please register below|