Executive Toolbox run by the London Institute of Contemporary Christianity (LICC) is a programme for Christian workplace leaders, which is uniquely structured to help you have a significant impact on the way you work, the people you work with and the organisations you work in.
You can join a limited cohort for a 6-month programme based around three 24-hour workshops led by an experienced training team either in London or Edinburgh.
Designed for Christians in mid to senior levels of influence, Executive Toolbox combines teaching with case studies, worship, prayer, and accountability triplets. You will develop biblical foundations, skills and spiritual practices to envision and equip you to engage fruitfully with your work itself, your relationships at work, and the organisation you work in.
All the modules run from 6pm until 6pm the following day.
The dates for the course in 2017 are:
Friday 3 - Saturday 4 February
Friday 17 - Saturday 18 March
Friday 23 - Saturday 24 June
Friday 3 - Saturday 4 March
Friday 19 - Saturday 20 May
Friday 29 - Saturday 30 September
The closing date for applications is 21 December 2016.
Who Will Benefit?
This is a course designed for women and men in mid to senior level executive roles working mainly with non-Christians, in organisations where their roles and responsibilities offer them growing influence.
A typical cohort includes business owners and leaders, managers and directors, head teachers, heads of department in public service and many others. And this doesn't exclude younger Executives. What's important is that you want to learn, grow in impact, share and receive wisdom and be more accountable for your calling to the workplace.
You'll be aware of the 'sacred-secular divide' and its corrosive impact, convinced the workplace matters to God and that you're called there as a disciple.
You'll no doubt have a biblical underpinning for this.
You're on the alert to make a difference and indeed you already are. But you want more: biblical depth; exposure to a broader range of praxis; fellow travellers who share some of the same challenges and opportunities; input from a range of experts.
More details and register here
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