After a 20+ year career as a Church Planter, Campus Pastor, Lead Pastor and as the former Director of Training and Coaching at NewThing, Brian Zehr is now Co-Founder and Leadership Architect of Intentional Impact, a leadership development firm headquartered in Naperville, Illinois. Brian's passion is to help leaders and organizations grow through inspiration, insight and instruction. His desire is to see churches understand, define and shape leadership culture to create the spark for multiplication. He is the author of THOROCITY: The Seven Critical Components to Lead with Confidence.

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Workshop Session 3: Building a Multiplying Culture
You WANT a multiplying culture, but how do you GET one? Action and culture lead to multiplication. Vision alone can't pull it off. All church planters (and most leaders) have the vision and the drive to create a multiplying culture, but where do you get the blueprint to make this vision a reality? Whether planting a church Рor shifting an existing church Рthere are cultural building blocks that are crucial to multiplication. These strategic building blocks establish the values, narrative and behaviors needed in a perpetually multiplying church culture. In this workshop, we will explore these building blocks and wrestle with how to put them into your specific context. Warning: Building a multiplying culture is simple Рbut not easy. However, when you know what action to take, and when, it can be done.
Time: Wednesday, 1:00 – 2:00pm
Location: Student Center - Room 140

Workshop Session 4: Building a Multiplying Culture
You WANT a multiplying culture, but how do you GET one? Action and culture lead to multiplication. Vision alone can't pull it off. All church planters (and most leaders) have the vision and the drive to create a multiplying culture, but where do you get the blueprint to make this vision a reality? Whether planting a church – or shifting an existing church – there are cultural building blocks that are crucial to multiplication. These strategic building blocks establish the values, narrative and behaviors needed in a perpetually multiplying church culture. In this workshop, we will explore these building blocks and wrestle with how to put them into your specific context. Warning: Building a multiplying culture is simple – but not easy. However, when you know what action to take, and when, it can be done.
Time: Wednesday, 2:30 – 3:30pm
Location: Student Center - Room 140

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