What you will get from the conference
- Hear from leading thinkers in the worlds of church leadership and management education.
- Take part in ideas forums – learn from others and share your own experiences.
- Discover some of the latest resources for leaders, managers and ministers.
- Learn about the work of MODEM and contribute to future plans.
Outline conference programme
Gender, Leadership and the Church: the next part of the journey
Kate Coleman, Director of Next Leadership and Chair, Evangelical Alliance Council
Leadership and Integrity
Clemens Sedmak, Professor of Moral and Social Theology, King's College London
One session will be given over to conversations about some of the key issues around leadership. For example, How do you learn to handle power? Some of these conversations may begin before the date of the conference through social media - follow the blog link below.
One session will be given over to hearing about some of the latest thinking and initiatives. If you'd like to submit a Proposal for a short presentation, please contact the organisers via the Contact MODEM button at the foot of this page. Or you can post your idea (max 250 words) on the blog.
Join the conversation. Follow the conference blog for latest news and views.
When & Where
MODEM is a network of people interested in sharing learning about leadership, management and ministry. Conversations flow between church and business settings - we believe each can learn from the other through critical engagement. Members come from churches, business schools, consultancies, the third sector, and much more.
MODEM has published five books with Canterbury Press and organises an annual conference. It publishes member newsletters and book reviews, and has a growing social media presence.
MODEM is a UK registered charity (No. 1048772) and linked to Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI).
The Susanna Wesley Foundation is a community of scholars and practitioners equipping churches and those who work in them. We promote dialogue, research and innovation of practical relevance to churches. We value interdisciplinary study.
The Susanna Wesley Foundation engages in practical theology and promotes participatory action research. We understand learning as a social process and organisations as complex systems. Our agenda is transformation.