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Christian Approaches to Leadership in the Public Square 2021

  • Course Dates: Mon 14 June, 11:30 am to Thu 17 June, 2:30 pm

What is the potential impact of faith-based leadership on and within institutions?

Especially in a time when religion is being marginalised and faith is under attack?

This module will cover a variety of themes, including:

  • Christian thought leadership in society.
  • What difference does being a Christian make to public life?
  • What impact can Christians in leadership roles have on society, organisations and institutions?
  • The value of collaboration between church and faith-based organisations and other organisations whose purpose relates to the common good.

Those not on the MA programme are very welcome to book on this module as an auditor.

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Course Details

Start:
Mon 14 June, 11:30 am
End:
Thu 17 June, 2:30 pm
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Venue

Sarum College
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Organizer

Sarum College

Tutors:
The Revd Keith Elford is a leadership expert with 20 years experience supporting leaders to make sustainable and transformative changes in their organisation. He is Programme Leader for Leadership Learning at Sarum College. Guest Lecturers include Professor Chris Baker is William Temple Research Professor of Religion and Public Life at Goldsmiths, University of London and also Director of Research at the William Temple Foundation. His research explores how our beliefs, values and worldviews influence the way individuals and organisations act in public life across politics, business, and civil society. Tim Harle Tim lives at the interface of business and faith. He has worked at senior levels in service sector companies, ranging from a FTSE100 to a family-owned SME. He combines this experience with insights from academic disciplines in the field of leadership and organisational studies. The Rt Hon Steve Webb is a partner at the consultancy firm Lane Clark & Peacock. He is a former Liberal Democrat MP who was the Minister of State for Pensions in the coalition government of David Cameron (2010-2015). The Revd Alison Webster is a Citizens UK leader who previously worked for the Diocese of Oxford promoting social justice and community engagement. Canon James Woodward is Principal of Sarum College and served on The Commission on Assisted Dying chaired by Lord Falconer. The Commission was set up to consider whether the current legal and policy approach to assisted dying in England and Wales is fit for purpose. Its report was issued in 2012.
Course Code:
2500
Please Note:
This course will be run online
Course Price:
£300