The effectiveness of a collaborative leadership style for lead associate pastors during the transition of the lead pastors a focus on the process of vision development

Full Title
The effectiveness of a collaborative leadership style for lead associate pastors during the transition of the lead pastors a focus on the process of vision development
Author
Mi Hyeon Lee
Abstract
The Collaborative Leadership project testifies to the effectiveness of collaborative leadership during the transition of a new lead pastor. The project reflected the role of lead associate pastor during the transition time and involves lay people, lay leaders, and staff who participated in vision development meetings and listed to a sermon series on the church's need for a new vision. Measurement of the effectiveness of collaborative leadership involves pre- and post-strategy implementation surveys and semi-structured interviews. The research demonstrates that the collaborative leadership style helps the congregation develop ownership of the vision in the transition time and provides possibility to reach young adults in a multi-generational church.
Degree Granting Institution
Advisor
Mark Allen Fowler
Language
English
Date
2015
Number of Pages
164