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Aug

2017

DISC and the Spiritual Leadership Inventory

Author: Tom Bandy

The DISC profile is used by many denominations and other organizations to discern leadership style and priorities within the institutional church. The Spiritual Leadership Inventory is a simple tool I created to help leaders discern their identity and relevance amid the diversity of the mission field. They overlap ... but ultimately distinct - as psychology and spirituality are distinct.

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Aug

2017

Q/A: Is spiritual leadership different for priests?

The identities and functions of spiritual leadership, and the transitions in between, are relevant for priests as well ... but there are differences as to how that is lived, structured, and shared.

Author: Tom Bandy
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9

Jun

2017

Transition from Constant Gardiner to Constant Builder

Functionally, this is the transition from “Enabler” to “CEO”. It is a traditional step in the Christendom church as clergy gain experience, seek new challenges, and “rise” to lead a larger, more 7-day-a-week church. Yet it is not an easy transition. Some are successful, other not. But why not?

Author: Tom Bandy
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Apr

2017

Discipler and Guru

The emerging spiritual leader in the postmodern world is the Life Coach or Guru. This is often a step further beyond the Faith Tutor or Discipler. How are they different?

Author: Tom Bandy
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Apr

2017

Q/A: Are some spiritual leaders more egocentric than others?

Author: Tom Bandy
One person’s egocentrism might be another person’s authenticity. The virtues celebrated by some lifestyle segments may be vices to others. The ego that brought you to this place of personal meaning and lifestyle relevance, may not be the ego you will need for the next stage of meaning and the next context of ministry.
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