The Manager as Leader: Session 11
March 25, 2013
Hosted by Rev. Don Lewis, Ph.D and Rev. Jane Lewis, Ph.D
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It is a big jump from worker to manager. Maintaining work goals, planning for the near future, and putting out fires, the manager stands with both feet planted in the present. But the jump from manager to leader is even greater. They must be a manager, but now they stand with one foot in the present and one in the future. They do not just plan for the future, they envision it. They enliven the dream of the organization and paint the picture of what could be to those who follow them. They create new leaders and prepare them to take on the mantle of power. They usually move up fast because they train those under them to be able to take their spot once they have gone to the next level. Managers may know of their power, but leaders develop it in themselves and others and see creating other powerful people as one of their most important tasks.
Birthright of Power
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This program is for people who have the curiosity, courage, and/or drive to look deeply inside themselves and find the door that places them on the path to personal power. We will guide you into searching out what power means for you, finding out how you can access it, and the role you will play in changing the world for the better.
We do not come offering an answer. There is none. There are only approaches and insights. We do not come stating that we know the truth. We can only share the truth as we have come to know it to be. We can share our stories, our struggles, our failures and successes. We can only share these with you with hope, tears, and laughter. But we come with one firm foundation: You have power. It is your birthright and the world needs you.
Join us on our journey, share your journey, and let us become all we were created to be and leave the world a better place than we found it.
Rev. Don Lewis, Ph.D and Rev. Jane Lewis, Ph.D
Revs. Don and Jane Lewis, Ph.D.s have been married over 40 years, successfully raised two children to adulthood, and worked jointly and separately as executives, personal and professional coaches, sex therapists, spiritual directors, educators and martial arts instructors.
The Lewises are trained teachers and have taught in public schools. They have served as adjunct faculty on the college level teaching courses in Comparative Religions, Philosophy, Ethics, Introduction to Psychology, Human Growth and Development, Counseling, and Professional Skills and Ethics. On the graduate level they taught Prayer and Spiritual Formation in Seminary.
Rev. Don and Jane have led seminars on regional and national levels, including, but not limited to, topics in sexuality, counseling skills, spiritual issues in counseling, organizational management, executive leadership, and coaching in personal power.
For the last 12 plus years they have worked in the public mental health fields as upper level executives. We lead workshops on mental health issues, diagnosis and treatment, clinical staff development, and administrative leadership.
The trilogy, A Course in Power, will soon be finished. The Warrior’s Codex: Sayings from the Heart of a Warrior provides the basic teachings of becoming a Warrior. Sundays in the Dojo: The Making of a Warrior Priest tells in story form, the life of a young man overcoming PTSD and finding both power and peace. Both of these are available on Amazon and other outlets. The third in the trilogy, The 22nd Century Warrior: What to Do While Waiting for Peace to Come, is scheduled to be published in 2013 and is the explanatory text.