Tuesday, September 24th, 2019
“Biblical Leadership: Leaders Making Leaders”
Alan is the Managing Partner at Shandel Group, a leadership development firm that specializes in helping executives and leaders accelerate the healthy growth process. He is committed to engaging, empowering, and equipping leaders to work both smarter and harder in their personal and professional lives.
Alan has been fortunate to help start and or grow just over 1000 businesses across the U.S. and Southwestern Canada within the last decade. His method focuses first on optimization before maximization.
Prior to working in the private sector, Alan was in vocational ministry. He is very active as a volunteer leader at Downtown Cornerstone Church in the heart of Seattle. Alan and his bride Sarah now live in West Seattle, have been married 14 years, and homeschool their 3 amazing children.
Chief Commercial Officer
Nothing gets Dr. Daniel Hallak more excited than the opportunity to build authentic relationships and intentionally develop leaders. As the Chief Commercial Officer at WiLD Leaders, Daniel drives strategic commercial initiatives, and other operations, product development, and marketing efforts that support the development of whole leaders. He is known for bringing energy and thoughtful research-based practices that actually make a difference. Before WiLD, he spent over a decade developing whole leaders in business, academic, and not-for-profit settings. He’s run his own coaching practice and has had experiences as a recruiter at Microsoft, a Career Management Consultant at Right Management Consultants and in a leadership development role at Slalom Consulting. He’s also served as a coach, professor, and advisor at three higher education institutions including Seattle Pacific University, where he helped build a new graduate business program from the ground up.
Daniel and Kristin have been married for nearly a decade and have the adventure of working to raise three kids to become courageous and sacrificial leaders themselves. Daniel and his family attend Downtown Cornerstone Church, where he leads a community group.
How do you measure the success of a healthy and whole leader? One of the most important marks of an effective, healthy and whole leader is the multiplication of other leaders. Quite simply, whole and healthy leaders help to develop other whole and healthy leaders.
We know that leadership matters, especially, Christ-centered leaders with the character, competence, and capacity to faithfully steward their entrusted gifts. Nothing happens in our marketplaces, our churches, or even our families without someone who makes a leading act. What would change if you were intentionally growing as a leader and investing in the growth and development of other leaders? Probably everything.
Similar to the power of the gospel, the good news is that you can start right where you are. How? Simply by learning how to be more intentional about who you are investing in and why. In this session, you’ll learn how to become a leader who develops other leaders by:
*Anchoring yourself to the biblical multiplication mindset that’s based on Jesus’s model of discipleship, applied to your own leadership context.
*Clarifying your multiplication mission to discern who you should be investing in and why.
*Equipping yourself with practical multiplication methods and tools to focus your energy in the people who most need you to lead them.
This workshop is highly interactive. You will walk away with a coaching model that you can implement in both your personal or professional life. In other words, you will be given a framework that you can apply to your own leadership making leaders process.
For pre-work this session will have two assessments that are designed to set the foundation for your learning and growth and set you up to invest in the development and performance of others around you
Vossler Media Group (conference room)
11730 118th Ave NE, Suite 600
Kirkland, WA 98034
Free parking is available in upper parking lot (closest to the door) and lower lot at Vossler. There is also free parking on side streets.
$20 for event registration. Doors open at 6:15pm.
Maximum 20 participants. No walk-ins accepted for this event.
Registration closes on Tuesday, September 24th at noon.
$15 refund provided for registration if cancellation is 4 days or more prior to the event; after that time, there will be no refunds or credits.
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