As much as uncertainty makes most people long for things to go back to normal, it’s hard to go back to normal when normal doesn’t exist anymore. When leading into an uncertain future, there are organizations that fail, those that survive and a few that thrive. Leaders of thriving organizations think and behave very differently than other leaders. They realize that flexibility is ability and agility is a superpower.
What does it take for leaders to pivot? Join us and learn how to overcome inertia and get ready for re-entry!
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Registration starts on July 10 at 12 am and ends on July 24 at 9:45 am
Pastor David Chrzan, serves on staff at Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California as the Mission Pastor and is responsible for equipping Saddleback’s members to ‘fulfill their life mission in the world” and to steward Saddleback’s efforts to fulfill the Great Commandment and the Great Commission everywhere through The P.E.A.C.E. Plan. A strategy and coalition of churches, across 6 continents, committed to planting churches, equipping servant leaders, assisting the poor, caring for the sick and educating the next generation.Prior to that he served as Pastor Rick Warren’s Chief of Staff for 20 years, the central coordinating communication point for the Office of the Pastor, his position was strategic in managing the structure and flow of staff, information processes and projects that protect and promote the interests of Rick Warren and Saddleback Church.
David first came on staff at Saddleback in 2000 as a 301 Ministry Pastor, developing and creating a vision for staff and volunteers, culminating in the launch of a volunteer program that is still used today for high level involvement in supporting the ministry of Saddleback church.
David is a graduate of Colorado Baptist University with a bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies and a Masters Degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix.
David and his wife Jenny have been married 35 years and have four children; Ryan, Alyson, Jordan and Kelsi. He has four grandchildren, Ayden (11) and Teygan (10) Logyn (3) and Morgyn (2).
Carey Nieuwhof is a best-selling author, leadership expert, podcaster, attorney and non-profit leader. As the host of the top-rated Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast and curator of one of the most widely-read leadership blogs, Carey is uniquely positioned to deliver actionable keynotes for conferences. His content is accessed over 1.5 million times a month.Carey’s 20+ years in leadership are heavily focused on teamwork, leadership in change and personal growth. In his keynotes, he explores the challenges and provides solutions for leaders at all levels of an organization.
His books include Didn’t See It Coming: Overcoming the Seven Greatest Challenges That No One Expects But Everyone Experiences, Lasting Impact: 7 Powerful Conversations That Will Help Your Church Grow, Leading Change Without Losing It and Parenting Beyond Your Capacity, co-authored with Reggie Joiner.
His newest book, At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy & Priorities Working in Your Favor, releases September 2021.
Carey and his wife Toni live north of Toronto, Ontario and have two grown sons. In his spare time, you’ll catch him barbecuing on his Big Green Egg, cycling or boating.