Re-connecting to Source
Our current reality of global disturbance leaves many individuals and communities disconnected from a sense of meaning and purpose. The collective urge to retaliate, through the false certainty of fundamentalism, or collapse, through the illusion of safety in isolationism, has perhaps never been stronger.
Meanwhile, practitioners in many professions are often overwhelmed by increasing demands amid depleting resources. In the public, private and voluntary sectors, burnout, long-term sickness, increased staff turnover and endless complaints and disciplinary processes are paralysing organisations’ ability to realise their vision.
At the Centre for Re-Sourceful Leadership we seek to nurture relationships, host conversations and facilitate learning environments that give communities and individuals the best chance of re-connecting to their Source, to re-source themsleves. To reconnect to the inner passion that inspired them to make a difference. Participative leadership, described by us as 'leadership by influence', blends re-sourceful, reliable and resilient leadership to co-create an alternative future.
Making the reflexive turn is the first step in transformational leadership. Asking, "who am I becoming as a leader", it recognises that leadership belongs to everyone in the community.
Reliable leaders are there for the long-haul. They hold themselves and the community accountable to standards of excellence while grounding transformational leadership in sound ethical frameworks.
When leadership is done well, leaders resonate with the distress of those they seek to support. Sustaining leadership over time requires a strong commitment to self-care and resilience.
The Perfect Pastoral Storm
Diploma in Reflexive Supervision
Could you envisgae yourself facilitating learning for leaders and practitioners in pastoral settings. CR-SL has teamed up with Institute for Pastoral Supervision and Reflective Practice (IPSRP) to offer the upcoming Diploma in Refelxive Supervision.
The programme is also suitable for those who want to develop a practice in supervision even if not particularly with pastoral leaders and practitioners.