Virtual Leadership Talks sponsored by your Clergy and Lay Leadership Development Team (CLLD)

by | Sep 6, 2021 | Clergy and Lay Leadership Development, Ethnic Local Church Concerns, Hispanic Latino Ministry, Training

Do you enjoy having opportunities to grow as a leader and to learn from other leaders? Do you find it enriching to share leadership ideas, concepts, and inspiration with others?

Opportunities are available to anyone in the Desert Southwest Conference interested in learning through a focused discussion of mixed media leadership resources, such as books, videos, podcasts, webinars, etc. Leadership is explored from various perspectives, including resources that look at leadership from more than one cultural lens.

A number of 1 ½ hour, virtual evening conversations are offered this year. This month’s event is focused on a video by Juana Bordas, which is based on her book The Power of Latino Leadership. Rev. Antonieta Fernandes and Rev. Efrain Zavala will facilitate the discussion on September 13, 2021, at 7:00 PM. The presentation will be recorded and available on the conference website for viewing at your convenience, https://dscumc.org/conference-committees/.

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Link to Book – The Power of Latino Leadership Amazon https://www.amazon.com/Power-Latino-Leadership-Inclusion-Contribution/dp/1609948874

Link to Video – Leadership Perspectives Webinar: Latino Leadership with Juana Bordas Jul 17, 2018 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKfvmfxRRVI

Future presentation schedule – Save the date!  October 11, and November 8.

The presenters and facilitators of these discussions may include recognized Desert Southwest Conference leaders, authors, and creators of the media being discussed and, as well as members of the CLLD Team. We hope you decide to try out any of the resources we have prepared for you, and join others interested in the same conversations!

Questions about this series may go to Judy Martin at stilljudymartin@gmail.com or Rev. Javier Olivares at jolivares@dscumc.org.

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Author: Carla Whitmire

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