Learn to cultivate emotional maturity, promote a strong group identity, increase productivity through trust, joy and engagement, and keep relationships bigger than problems
Emotional maturity is the single greatest quality a leader must possess and the most overlooked qualification in leadership selection.
Rare Leadership is a new paradigm focused on growing emotionally mature leaders who increase trust and the bottom line while keeping relationships bigger than problems.
Rare leaders practice 4 uncommon habits that increase trust, joy, and engagement of the people they lead.
Combining solid theology, cutting-edge brain science, and decades of counseling and consulting experience, Rare Leadership shows you how to take your leadership and team to the next level.
Be equipped to:
Grow yourself. Develop your team
Identity is stronger than accountability. The people in your group help form and remind you of who you are and support you in acting like the Rare Leader you want to be.
Meet with people locally or online.
Offered by our partners at Whitestone Professionals.
Why Train Your Team?
We go into ministry because we want to serve God and see his kingdom advance. But often the relational dynamics in our staff and volunteer teams become one of the biggest problems we face.
Enter Rare Leadership Training. This widely-praised training has helped improve the relational health and ministry effectiveness of churches, businesses, and non-profits.
Let Dr. Marcus Warner help you with your leadership challenges.
Let’s face it…leadership is not for the faint of heart. Your organization has its own unique challenges and possibilities. But you don’t have to face them alone!
Dr. Marcus Warner (co-author and primary Rare Leadership trainer) is available to consult with you and discuss your unique context.
Let Dr. Marcus Warner help you grow your relational leadership skills.
Join Dr. Warner on Wednesday, June 17th, 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm (Eastern Time).
Most approaches to leadership focus on left-brain tasks: vision-casting, strategy, organizing, etc. These are all important. But the most effective leaders are those who cultivate and practice healthy right-brain habits and skills.