Have you struggled to recruit and hold on to qualified people? Have you found it difficult to work with your existing teams, often spending more time butting heads than actually getting any substantial work accomplished for the kingdom?
Many times, the burden of building teams seems overwhelming. We find that we lack the resources, the insights, and the experience needed to walk through critical seasons of leadership. Worse still, we become discouraged about the legacy of the church and wonder if we’re actually building something that will last beyond our tenure as leaders.
This year at Leadership Summit, we are tackling the challenges associated with building unstoppable teams. This means creating teams that not only outlast us but are life-giving to work with.
We’ll examine questions like: What does it take to create life-giving teams? How do we recruit and keep people who exceed our expectations? How do we cultivate a work environment that’s a joy and not a drain? How do we replicate healthy leaders and release them into meaningful ministry?
Whether you’re a volunteer leader learning to expand your base or a senior pastor looking to groom high-capacity leaders, let Summit help train you and your teams in one weekend. Bring all those who need these insights and increase your efficiency together.
Friday, August 3rd: Watertown Campus
1:00 – 2:00 pm Registration, Building Tour
2:00 – 3:30 pm Session 1
Kirk Gilchrist: “What Do You Do With Your Davids and Judases?”
4:00 – 5:30 pm Session 2 (worship)
Christopher Hopper: “Four Step Leadership Framework: Part 1”
5:30 – 6:30 pm Mastermind Dinner
7:15 – 9:00 pm Boat Ride – Group 1 (weather permitting)
Saturday, August 4th: Watertown Campus
9:00 – 10:30 am Session 3 (worship)
Kirk Gilchrist: “Surrounding Yourself with People Better Than You”
11:00 – 12:30 pm Session 4 (worship)
Christopher Hopper: “Four Step Leadership Framework: Part 2”
1:15 – 4:00 pm Boat Ride – Group 2 (weather permitting)
Snack box provided on Friday
Friday night Mastermind Dinner included
Coffee, tea, and water provided throughout