- Unit Code & NameDP8195B Introduction to Leadership in Ministry
This unit introduces students to the theory and practice of leadership from a Christian perspective, and its implementation in a local mission context. Biblical and theological lenses will be used to explore leadership from a Christian perspective. Further theoretical breadth will be explored through best practice in secular organisational literature.
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- DisciplineDelivery ID: 46195
- LevelPostgraduate Foundational
- Semester4. Semester 2, 2022
- Delivery ModeOnline
25 July to 28 October 2022
There will be Zoom catch ups at mutually agreed times.
We recommend that you allocate 12 hours a week for all study activities.
- Lecturer(s) Captain Andrew Walton | Major Dr Grant Sandercock-Brown
- Learning Activities
Lectures, seminars, online forums, videos, podcasts
*This unit is offered at Undergraduate and Postgraduate level. Students may engage with people across both levels when this unit is delivered.
1 x 1,000 word Essay - 20%
1 x 1,000 word Audio Recording - 20%
1 x 1,500 word Essay (Case Study) - 25%
1 x 2,500 word Journal - 35%
- Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
1. Demonstrate an understanding of the changing paradigms of leadership.
2. Explain the theological foundations of leadership.
3. Express a clear understanding of how to work effectively in teams.
4. Articulate an informed personal model of leadership.
5. Undersand the key factors in resilient leadership.
6. Analyse a ministry context and outline a plan to enhance the effectiveness of the ministry and how the plan might be implemented.
- Text Books
To undertake this unit, you are required to have access to a copy of:
Northouse, Peter L. Leadership: Theory and Practice. Los Angeles, SAGE Publications, 2022.