This past fall and winter, I had the opportunity to take part in the Leadership and Faith: Transforming Communities program through the Kansas Leadership Center with the Missions team at Resurrection West. I want to share my reflections and learnings from that time in light of the General Conference 2012 of The United Methodist Church.
If General Conference 2012 has taken you to the edge of your comfort zone, you are in the right place to make progress on the issues about which you care deeply. Too far inside your comfort zone and it may be difficult to make more progress than has already been accomplished. Too far outside your comfort zone and you may be unable to effectively take action.
The edge of your comfort zone is the place where you start to feel incompetent.
This is the place where progress is most likely to occur.
- Three Questions to Ask Yourself in a #GC2012 Committee (@TheKLC: 1 of 10) (andrewconard.com)
- Leadership Shifts to Make Progress at #GC2012 (@TheKLC: 2 of 10) (andrewconard.com)
- If You Are Not Able to Take Action at #GC2012, Who Will? (@TheKLC: 3 of 10) (andrewconard.com)