Please join me next Thursday, December 9 at 9 Pacific/10 Mountain/11 Central/12 Eastern Time, for a one hour conference call conversation on “What’s a Leader to Do about Money at Church?” My guest will be:
Kathy Wiseman, M.B.A., the founder of Working Systems, Inc, a firm that is dedicated to effective generational transitions in family businesses, family offices, and family foundations. She studied with Edwin Friedman, and teaches at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family and the George Washington University School of Business. She has co-authored two books: Understanding Organizations and The Emotional Side of Organizations.
One of Kathy’s favorite quotations is this one: “All of the great leaders had one characteristic in common. It was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their times. This and not much else is the essence of the leadership.” –John Kenneth Galbraith.
This is the next of a series of conversations with leaders on money and ministry, the topic of my forthcoming book. E-mail me at Margaret@margaretmarcuson.com with your interest, and I’ll send you call-in information. If you can’t make the call, a recording will be available. There is no charge for the teleconference (long-distance charges apply) or the recording.