Event Calendar

June 5, 2017
Personal and Team Development: Given Grace
Starts: 8:00 am
Ends: June 5, 2017 - 2:00 pm
Location: St. James Parish, Eau Claire
Description: Times to be determined
Personal and Team Development: Grace Given
Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us exercise them
-Romans 12:5
Open invitation to all diocesan, parish, school, and ministerial leadership
Save the Date:
June 5, 2017 – St. James Parish
In February, we established the importance of strategic planning as part of good Stewardship. A key element of strategic planning is strong servant leadership and balanced, talented teams. In this session we discover and explore our gifts, learn how to develop our skills in recognizing other’s gifts and the importance of understanding the balance of different gift sets on our councils, committees, and office and leadership teams.
Jim Collin in his book Good to Great, found that not only is “good the enemy of great,” but that greatness is a conscious decision. His research and studies into great organizations concluded that the leadership has “a down-to-earth, pragmatic, committed-to-excellence process,” “a steadfast discipline,” but for an organization to be great, it first needs “the right people on the bus and in the right seats.”
This June, we will learn some essential tools and techniques for identifying personal strengths and talents to uncover and create high functioning ministry teams. On June 5, 6, and 7, 2017 Leisa Ansingler Director of Catholic Life and Faith <https://www.bridge2faith.net/meet-leisa-anslinger&gt; will lead us through a day of reflection with tips and techniques for identifying and discerning the strengths and talents God has blessed upon others and ourselves.
Catholic Life and Faith <https://www.catholiclifeandfaith.net/&gt; is a pastoral resource center supporting parishes and diocesan evangelization and stewardship leaders. Leisa Anslinger brings extensive experience in Catholic parishes and schools to her ministry as an author and speaker. She is the author of several books for pastoral leaders and numerous e-Resources on catechesis and stewardship. She is a regular keynote presenter on evangelization, stewardship, and catechesis at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference, as well as many other national and diocesan gatherings.
June 6, 2017
Personal and Team Development: Grace Given
Starts: 8:00 am
Ends: June 6, 2017 - 2:00 pm
Location: St. Anthony Spirituality Center in Marathon
Description: Times to be determined
Personal and Team Development: Grace Given
Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, let us exercise them
-Romans 12:5
Open invitation to all diocesan, parish, school, and ministerial leadership
Save the Date:
June 6, 2017 – St. Anthony Spirituality Center in Marathon
In February, we established the importance of strategic planning as part of good Stewardship. A key element of strategic planning is strong servant leadership and balanced, talented teams. In this session we discover and explore our gifts, learn how to develop our skills in recognizing other’s gifts and the importance of understanding the balance of different gift sets on our councils, committees, and office and leadership teams.
Jim Collin in his book Good to Great, found that not only is “good the enemy of great,” but that greatness is a conscious decision. His research and studies into great organizations concluded that the leadership has “a down-to-earth, pragmatic, committed-to-excellence process,” “a steadfast discipline,” but for an organization to be great, it first needs “the right people on the bus and in the right seats.”
This June, we will learn some essential tools and techniques for identifying personal strengths and talents to uncover and create high functioning ministry teams. On June 5, 6, and 7, 2017 Leisa Ansingler Director of Catholic Life and Faith <https://www.bridge2faith.net/meet-leisa-anslinger&gt; will lead us through a day of reflection with tips and techniques for identifying and discerning the strengths and talents God has blessed upon others and ourselves.
Catholic Life and Faith <https://www.catholiclifeandfaith.net/&gt; is a pastoral resource center supporting parishes and diocesan evangelization and stewardship leaders. Leisa Anslinger brings extensive experience in Catholic parishes and schools to her ministry as an author and speaker. She is the author of several books for pastoral leaders and numerous e-Resources on catechesis and stewardship. She is a regular keynote presenter on evangelization, stewardship, and catechesis at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference, as well as many other national and diocesan gatherings.
June 7, 2017
Personal and Team Development: Grace Given
Starts: 8:00 am
Ends: June 7, 2017 - 2:00 pm
Location: Holy Cross Diocesan Center in La Crosse
Description: Open invitation to all diocesan, parish, school, and ministerial leadership
Save the Date:
June 7, 2017 - Holy Cross Diocesan Center in La Crosse
In February, we established the importance of strategic planning as part of good Stewardship. A key element of strategic planning is strong servant leadership and balanced, talented teams. In this session we discover and explore our gifts, learn how to develop our skills in recognizing other’s gifts and the importance of understanding the balance of different gift sets on our councils, committees, and office and leadership teams.
Jim Collin in his book Good to Great, found that not only is “good the enemy of great,” but that greatness is a conscious decision. His research and studies into great organizations concluded that the leadership has “a down-to-earth, pragmatic, committed-to-excellence process,” “a steadfast discipline,” but for an organization to be great, it first needs “the right people on the bus and in the right seats.”
This June, we will learn some essential tools and techniques for identifying personal strengths and talents to uncover and create high functioning ministry teams. On June 5, 6, and 7, 2017 Leisa Ansingler Director of Catholic Life and Faith <https://www.bridge2faith.net/meet-leisa-anslinger&gt; will lead us through a day of reflection with tips and techniques for identifying and discerning the strengths and talents God has blessed upon others and ourselves.
Catholic Life and Faith <https://www.catholiclifeandfaith.net/&gt; is a pastoral resource center supporting parishes and diocesan evangelization and stewardship leaders. Leisa Anslinger brings extensive experience in Catholic parishes and schools to her ministry as an author and speaker. She is the author of several books for pastoral leaders and numerous e-Resources on catechesis and stewardship. She is a regular keynote presenter on evangelization, stewardship, and catechesis at the International Catholic Stewardship Conference, as well as many other national and diocesan gatherings.