As a leader, you want to build and lead something special, measured by more than just success and growth, but a place where your people are aligned around your vision and they love to come to work every day. The way to accomplish this can be found in one word, "Culture."

Brian Zehr, Co-Founder of Intentional Impact, is an expert in helping leaders design an intentional culture that helps them build the kind of organization they've always wanted to lead.

For more than 20 years as a Church Planter, Campus Pastor, and Lead Pastor, Brian has seen that when leaders get the culture right, their teams and those they serve engage at a greater level to achieve exponential growth.

For more on Brian and Intentional Impact, visit to discover how we can help you build an intentional culture. There you'll also be able to download Brian's free eBook, The Seven Critical Components to Lead with Confidence.


Workshop Session 1: From Addition to Multiplication: Building a Multiplying Culture
We often hear of "culture" as a crucial component of the health of our church. But what is culture and how do we understand what to do to create a culture where ministry and leaders multiply? No matter what our context, our churches won't multiply without intentionally designing our leadership culture. This workshop shows us how to intentionally create a culture where leaders are developed and multiplication occurs both at a macro and micro level. Utilizing a proven culture indicator along with a model that transforms leadership in both church plants and existing churches, you can lead into the culture that God has for your church.
Time: Tuesday, 2:30 – 3:30pm
Location: Faith Hall - Room 355

Workshop Session 3: Overcoming the Obstacles to a Culture of Multiplication
Perhaps we have embraced the fact that our church culture consists of Values, Narrative, and Behaviors. It's simple ... but not easy. Church Planters and Pastors alike struggle to intentionally build a culture of Multiplication. What are the right Values? How does our story align with multiplication? What behavioral patterns are feasible for our lay leaders? Our vision is clear but we run into unforeseen barriers as we lead people in the context of our community. This workshop addresses four common obstacles and specific action that can be taken to multiply. When we understand these obstacles and remedies brings hope and change on the path to exponential growth.
Time: Wednesday, 1:00 – 2:00pm
Location: Faith Hall - Room 355

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