FYI for the Innovative Leadership Project

Here is a quick FYI about the Innovative Leadership Project:


Question:

How long are the Seminars?

Answer:

The seminars are designed for four hours with a 15 minute break in the middle. If a church or group wants to include a meal, they will need to add more time. Seminars can be offered on a Saturday morning from 10:00 to 2:30 with a 30 minute lunch, or Sunday afternoon from 1:00 to 5:00, or an evening from 5:00 pm to 9 pm. Churches and groups have the flexibility to set up their own time frame. Go to churchleaderUMC.com to get additional ideas of how to set your schedule.

Question:

Who should be on the Local Church Innovative Project Team?

Answer:

The ILP Team should be made up of the lead pastor, staff related to the overall program of the church, and key laity who have influence in the congregation. This group will need to commit to attending the ILP Seminars and the TeamWork meetings during the course of seven-months. They also will be asked to pray for each other and the ministry of the church.

Question:

How many people should be on the ILP Team?

Answer:

It is suggested you have from five to ten people on your team.

Question:

Who leads the four seminars?

Answer:

The best approach is to bring a group of churches together for the four seminars. Seminars are designed for a four-hour session which churches or groups can schedule as needed. It is suggested you identify two seminar leaders who will be trained via webinars and will use the presentation material that is on the USB Flashdrive. The seminar leaders will need to commit to attending the webinars via the internet and doing the necessary preparation to lead the seminars.

Question:

Why do this with other churches?

Answer:

It is suggested you do the Four ILP Seminars with ILP Teams from churches in your area. This can be done as a Conference, District, or Cluster. Or perhaps you invite churches in your city to learn together. Large Churches have also used this to train multiple teams in their church. By learning with others you build in excitement and accountability as you share your results. It also helps you see how your ministries can enhance the work of churches throughout your community.

Question:

How are the Seminar Leaders trained?

Answer:

Through the Internet Seminar Leaders are trained with Webinars that are led by Craig Miller at GBOD. Seminar leaders are given a link to go webinars that walk them through each session. Go to churchleaderUMC.com and click on the Seminar Leaders Tab. 

Question:

Do churches watch the Webinars?

Answer:

No, the webinars are designed to equip the Seminar Leaders. The Seminar Leaders will lead the four Seminars for the church teams.

Question:

What is on the ILP USB Flashdrive?

Answer:

The ILP USB Flashdrive has the four seminars in both Powerpoint and PDF formats. The Powerpoints have notes with each slide.
Also there are copies of the various ILP Tools that you can print and share with your team and with your church.

 



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ILP Gudebook 3.0

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Go to Amazon to order individual copes of Innovative Leadership Guidebook 3.0 

If you are ordering the ILP Kit (see registration) you will receive 10 copies as part of your registration. 

Creating a Culture for Innovation

Creating a Culture for Innovation is an ILP resource designed as a three-hour seminar for leaders in your church.  It introduces key concepts of innovation and teaches leaders how to develop a VAP-IT, a strategic planning tool that can be used to develop new ministries and renew existing ones. It is recommended you provide one book for each person taking the seminar.  It includes all the slides for the seminar, articles on "Why Innovation?", "Lifecycle of the Church", and the VAP-IT Template. Cost is $7.50 each..  Also, go to ILP Assessment Booklets (Tab above) to see the presentation slides and  additional supporting materials. 

VAP-IT Goal Setting Tool PDF

Creating a Culture of Innovative Webinar Pt. 1 Handout

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Creating a Culture for Innovation

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