It’s time to set aside the hero-leader myth. Leadership is not a person and it is not a position. Leadership is a social process involving the interaction of leaders and followers directed toward achieving a shared goal. Learn how to teach followership. As a result of this workshop you will be able to identify four kinds of follower abuse in the marketplace, discern between the three distinct types of followership found in the Bible and use the five levels of followership to assess what people need from you.
Presenter: Jim Galvin (Galvin and Associates, IL)
Jim is an organizational consultant and facilitator specializing in strategy, change, and leadership development for faith-based nonprofits.
As an author, Jim has been published by Zondervan, Tyndale House, Thomas Nelson, Baker, Navpress, Moody Press, Intervarsity Press, Focus on the Family, and last but not least, Concordia Publishing House. He is best known as the co-creator and co-senior editor of the best-selling Life Application Study Bible.
Jim’s most recent book is titled I’ve Got Your Back. It is a leadership parable with a compelling story that delivers a concise theology of leadership and followership.