Whether you are a delegate or onlooker at General Conference, there is the opportunity to take action to make progress in The United Methodist Church. Voting, taking leadership in a legislative committee, providing hospitality, monitoring, listening in – there are all kinds of opportunities to take action that might in some small way affect the outcomes of General Conference.
One of the roles of a leader is to pay attention to one’s actions and how they are or are not being shared. As you consider your hopes or goals for General Conference, ask yourself:
- Is your goal being shared with others?
- Are you seeking to make progress on your own?
- If you were not able to do it, who would do it?
This past fall and winter, I had the opportunity to take part in the Leadership and Faith: Transforming Communities program through the Kansas Leadership Center with the Missions team at Resurrection West. This series of posts is based on my reflections and learnings from that time in light of the General Conference 2012 of The United Methodist Church.
- Three Questions to Ask Yourself in a #GC2012 Committee (@TheKLC: 1 of 10)
- Leadership Shifts to Make Progress at #GC2012 (@TheKLC: 2 of 10)