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Training events on a range of key topics, resources to help you grow, advice and support on all things leadership - all to help you move forward in the work God is calling you to.

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Lead On article by Jonathan Wilson. Change comes at a cost, but in a world where consumerism has permeated the lifeblood of not only society but the Church, entitlement, happiness and an easy life have become idols. Are you prepared for the cost of creating change through your leadership?

Lead On article by Graham Archer. We live in an era of instant accessibility to information. We also live in an era of complexity. Whilst it may be tempting to rely on education, intelligence or experience Graham argues we need God’s wisdom. 

Lead On article by Tamsin Merchant. The place we lead from affects everything we do. Tamsin explores how her experience of adopting children has led her to reflect on what it means to lead from a place of being an adopted child of God.

Lead On article by Alistair Magowan. If you want to be an effective leader then you need to ask yourself one question. Why should anyone be led by you? Currently involved in a leadership training programme for bishops, Alistair reflects on this very question.

Lead On article by Pam Macnaughton. Different situations require different actions, therefore ministry is never static and straight forward. Pam offers reflections on leadership in the local church, especially multi-parish benefices. 

Lead On article by Ian Parkinson. At times it is easy to get distracted and unmotivated. By looking at the example of Nehemiah we can be encouraged and refocus our attention to God's purposes. 

Lead On article by Charles Burgess. We all have different skills and preferences, and often these can influence how we lead. Charles explores how differences amongst people in church can work together, and what we can do to recognise our practical responses. 

Lead On article by Graham Archer. Macaroni and cheese. Pen and paper. Pins and needles. Leadership and preaching. All go hand in hand, right? Perhaps not. Graham explores how different leadership and preaching actually are and how the two can effectively work together. 

Lead On article by Rhiannon King. We do not have to do leadership on our own. Asking for help is ok. So why do we feel the constant need to shy away from getting it? 

Lead On article by John Fisher. In the tricky stages of a leader leaving or stepping down so many things can go wrong. John helps us recognise the importance of planned succession.