To be offered as two consecutive courses in Fall 2021 (1 credit) and Spring 2022 (2 credits) Course Numbers: ML662A (fall section; 1 credit) and ML662B (spring section; 2 credits)
Instructor: Emlyn Ott
Dates: Orientation Thursday, 9/23 5:30-8:00 pm CT and Friday, 9/24, 8:00-11:00 am CT, sync sessions Thursdays 10/21 and 11/18 from 12:00-3:30 pm CT
Note: This course is open to DMin students only. Course Description: This course is conducted in concert with the yearly Leadership Series offered by Healthy Congregations, Inc. It is offered online throughout the year from September through May.
“Leadership in Ministry” is an opportunity for Bexley Seabury students to join with leaders across professions (pastors, religious leaders, educators, administrators, and health professionals) to enrich and expand their ability to apply principles of systems thinking to self, family, and organizations.
The year is composed of eight one-day seminars that promote in-depth thinking about self, family, and organizational process through the lens of Bowen Family Systems Theory.
A seminar day includes plenary presentations and application of systems theory to workplace and family in small group coaching. Practical application of theory through working with a coach for an extended period of time is part of the experience.