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Exclusively for Philadelphia House of Worship Community Church
Business Meeting
5 Training Sessions

Are you an emerging Christian leader who wants to grow in your leadership, define your identity and shape your future? Perhaps you are serving in the church in a specific role, or you are seeking the Lord’s face with a desire to serve Him and wondering how to grow to the next level and reach your full potential for Christ. If you’ve ever felt this way, then this training is for you. Know that you have a call of God over your life and join us as we together  sharpen our gifts and leadership for a lifetime of Jesus-centered service.



1. In what way has God called you to lead, in any context?

2. Are there ways in which you desire to be seen more than serve? Why should you have a healthy fear of the responsibilities of leadership?

  • The Law of Influence - The True Measure of Leadership is Influence - Nothing More, Nothing Less

  • The Law of Intentionality - Growth Doesn't Just Happen

  • The Law of Mirror - You Must See Value in Yourself to Add Value to Yourself

  • Servant Leadership - The first and most important choice a leader makes is the choice to serve, without which one's capacity to lead is severely limited.

  • Seven Pillars of Servant Leadership

    1. Person of Character

    2. Put People First

    3. Skilled Communicator

    4. Compassionate Collaborator

    5. Foresight

    6. Systems Thinker

    7. Moral Authority

  • Essential Qualities of a Leader

    • Discipline

    • Vision

    • Wisdom

    • Decision

    • Courage

    • Humility

  • Spirit-filled Leadership - Other qualities are important; to be Spirit-filled is indispensable

  • Prayer and Leadership - Prayer Moves the Arm that Moves the World

  • Perils of Leadership -  So that after I have preached to others, I myself will not be disqualified for the prize - 1 Corinthians 9:27

  • DISCover Your Impact - Introduction to Behavioral Analysis

    • DISC model provides a common language people can use to better understand themselves and those they interact with—and then use this knowledge to reduce conflict and improve working relationships, resulting in improved teamwork, communication, and productivity in the workplace.

    • DISC is an acronym that stands for the four main personality profiles described in the DISC model: (D)ominant, (i)nfluencing, (S)teady and (C)ompliant.

      • People with D personalities tend to be confident and place an emphasis on accomplishing bottom-line results.

      • People with I personalities tend to be more open and place an emphasis on relationships and influencing or persuading others.

      • People with S personalities tend to be dependable and place the emphasis on cooperation and sincerity.

      • People with C personalities tend to place the emphasis on quality, accuracy, expertise, and competency.

    • Personalized DISC Personality Indicator Report for each registered participants

“There comes a special moment in everyone’s life, a moment for which that person was born. That special opportunity, when he seizes it, will fulfill his mission—a mission for which he is uniquely qualified. In that moment, he finds greatness. It is his finest hour.” – Winston Churchill

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