From the “Things They Didn’t Teach Me in Seminary” Seminar Series at Emmanuel College
Monday, January 17, 7–9 p.m. EST, Online
Workshop Leader: Connie denBok, Lead Pastor of Alderwood United Church
The six types of working genius are those sweet spots where your gifts are not only effective, but you are energized. Of the six: Wonder, Discernment, Enablement, Invention, Galvanizing, and Tenacity, you have two that are life-giving, two in which you can be competent, and two which require greater effort for lesser results. Good leaders know how to build and combine groups for a team where all six are present. The work gets done. The time is well spent. The participants are motivated and find joy in their joint effort.
On Monday, January 17, Emmanuel College is offering a Working Genius workshop, based on the work of Patrick Lencioni. There will be specific application to working with volunteers. Participants will have completed the online assessment and be aware of their personal profile in advance. It is available on the Working Genius Website (Links to an external site.) at a cost of $25 USD.
Details and Registration: https://uoft.me/cricevents/#ac-1245