Leadership Development Course

The LDC is a 6 week intensive, interactive course offered by Youth With A Mission in many locations around the world, and in the autumn of 2020 my husband and I will be joined by a team to host the course here in Malaga, Spain. If you have had at least 5 years' experience as a leader, you'd value the opportunity to evaluate your leadership, and you want time to focus on what the future holds, then this is the course for you. The course considers the phases of growth of a leader’s life, mentoring, team building, direction setting and much more. Practical one to one mentoring, peer mentoring, workshops, ministry times and groups of all kinds are a vital part of the course.

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Sunday, 27 September - Friday, 7 November 2020

Alhaurín de la Torre, Malaga, Spain

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Why attend an LDC?

Get time away from your present responsibilities to seek God

Understand your gifting and calling for a clarity of focus

Gain a knowledge of your phase of growth as a leader

Learn specific skills in leadership and mentoring

Have team leadership and participatory leadership style modelled

Enjoy an environment for special encounters with God

What is the structure of the LDC?

The Leadership Development Course offers 6 weeks of teaching input, with a lot of discussion in class. The teaching style utilises question times, role plays, games, exercises and hands-on workshops to help you learn and assimilate the teaching. All delegates are a part of processing groups that meet each week as well as peer groups with 2 or 3 other delegates. The teaching is modelled by staff, with practical application and assignments to help each delegate learn as much as possible. There is opportunity every day for prayer input. The course is all about you as a leader, developing yourself and then others on your team. It’s about accomplishing the task but building the people on your team in the process. Or as Ephesians 4 puts it, “equipping the saints for the work of ministry.”