Regency Leadership Development

Regency Leadership Development Leadership Development for the Next Generation

By Allen Quist 

Organizational Design

Organizational design provides the platform for creating and improving an organization’s parts and systems, plus adapting how they interact with one another. To increase the effectiveness of any organization, there must be an efficient intercooperative network between the “strategy, structure, process, rewards, and people.” Therefore, there must be a working knowledge of organizational design in developing regency-leaders that is adaptive.

We have an example of adaptive organizational design in our own bodies; God created us with the capacity to design. When our minds receive information about the world around us, they automatically adjust to prepare us for better adaptation. Our minds even have the ability to see future implications of our present experiences.  God made our brains to adapt to new information.

Next PageGiven the continuous and rapid changes in our world and communities, regency-leaders will need to be adaptive and will need to develop future regency-leaders to be the same. While the message should not change, the approach and delivery method must adapt to the receptive touch points of our churches’ target people. The world and our society are becoming more cross-cultural and we will have to adjust.

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Definition of Leadership:

Giving your heart to others by listening to their heart

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When you grow a leader who values people you help the whole world

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