Leading Congregational Change: A Practical Guide for the Transformational Journey
 
Table of Contents

Preface.

Acknowledgments.

Learning to Lead Change: A Transformational Journey.

Spiritual and Relational Vitality: The Driving Force in Congregational Change.

Laying the Groundwork for Change.

Discerning and Communicating the Vision.

Achieving and Maintaining Widespread Impact.

The Disciplines of Transformational Leadership.

Discipline One: Generating and Sustaining Creative Tension.

Discipline Two: Harnessing the Power of Mental Models.

Discipline Three: Enabling Team Learning.

Discipline Four: Practicing Systems Thinking.

The Art of Transformational Leadership.

Resource: An Annotated Bibliography of Useful Publications.

References.

The Authors.

About Leadership Network.

Index.

Leading Congregational Change Workbook.

About This Workbook.

VITALITY AND LEARNING DISCIPLINES.

Spiritual and Relational Vitality: The Driving Force of Transformational Change.

Discipline One: Generating and Sustaining Creative Tension.

Discipline Two: Harnessing the Power of Mental Models.

Discipline Three: Enabling Team Learning.

Discipline Four: Practicing Systems Thinking.

THE EIGHT-STAGE CHANGE PROCESS.

Stage One: Making Personal Preparation.

Stage Two: Creating Urgency.

Stage Three: Establishing the Vision Community.

Stage Four: Discerning the Vision and Determining the Visionpath.

Stage Five: Communicating the Vision.

Stage Six: Empowering Change Leaders.

Stage Seven: Implementing the Vision.

Stage Eight: Reinforcing Momentum through Alignment.

Resource A: Resource Organizations.

Resource B: An Annotated Bibliography of Useful Publications.

Resource C: Questionnaires, Inventories, and Other Data-Gathering Resources.

Resource D: Congregational Bodylife Model.

Resource E: Congregational Self-Assessment.

References.

The Authors.

 
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