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Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis and Change

Agile Leadership

We live in challenging times. Perhaps as never before, the world needs leaders who can guide their organizations through these challenges, remaining laser-focused on the pursuit of their calling, mission, and vision. At Bethel Seminary, we want to support such leaders. The fully online course "Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis and Change" is designed to help you live out leadership in the face of unprecedented challenges. The January 2021 course is open to currently enrolled students as well as the general public.

This course addresses timeless theological frameworks as well as current leadership theories on the topics of change and agility. The content will be applied to the timely issues in Christian leadership today and into the future. The world is experiencing profound change, and leaders have the opportunity to lead with courage in these unprecedented times. Through your choice of a synchronous or asynchronous webinar format, the course will be joined by influential, seasoned, and experienced leaders.

A message from Stephanie O'Brien, the course instructor

Leaders and Presenters

Stephanie O'Brien

Author, Adjunct Faculty for Bethel Seminary, and Lead Pastor at Mill City Church

Tod Bolsinger

Author, Associate Professor of Leadership Formation at Fuller Seminary

Scott Ridout

Denomination President, Converge

Jo Saxton

Author, Entrepreneur, and Leadership Coach

Angela Yee

Chief Ministry Officer, Evangelical Covenant Church

Dwight Zscheile

Vice President of Innovation, Luther Seminary

Register Today

Bethel is excited to offer "Agile Leadership in Times of Crisis and Change" in January 2021. You can access and experience this course in a number of ways:

Gain graduate-level credit for this course that could count toward a degree or certificate at Bethel Seminary.

Apply for Bethel Seminary

Take a non-credit version of this course for $100 and join in real-time or by accessing course recordings on demand.



Become a Bethel student