Leading in Transition – NYWC 2016 Cincinnati

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Leadership change is inevitable. Whether you’re the pastor coming or going or you’re the volunteer carrying the load through the transition, it’s imperative that change is carried out wisely. Questions that will get answered in this session include How do I know it’s time to leave, and how do I do this well? How do I start strong in a new ministry? In the midst of change, how do we keep the focus on students?

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