A recent survey indicates that 50% of employees fear losing their jobs. Why?
We live in a changing world. Change is as certain as death and taxes. We all must face change. Family life changes, personal life changes, and most certainly your work life is constantly changing. Technology and globalization have created a culture of constant change in all aspects of our lives.
While change can be stressful, through the spirit of a sound mind which God gives, you can see new opportunities for progress and development in work and ministry. The purpose of this seminar is to help you find your sweet spot and fulfill your life callings.
“This material is very transferable and culturally very relevant. We conducted this training for our organizational leaders and staff from 12 different countries. This workshop is a “MUST ATTEND” for every pastor, missionary and leader. The power of this workshop is multiplied when you take it with your work or ministry team.
I have personally attended this workshop several times, and every time I walk away with new insights. We even had our two young children do the children survey and this impacted our whole family.”
“I took this workshop with the purpose of helping my teenage son focus his schooling. In the process, it helps me to reinforce my strengths and rediscover what I forgot.
For a long time, I have been pushing my son to focus on math & science which may be his lesser strengths. This has caused a lot of friction in our relationship. After the workshop, I decided to change my focus and be a more affirming Dad. Things have improved a lot, both in our relationship and at school. I totally recommend this to every Dad who wants to help his kids.”
It is the product of an intentional process that engages your mind, your heart, and other people.
In this webinar, we will lead you into a process to answer three critical questions:
What is your Sweet Spot?
Who is your Sweet Spot?
Where is your sweet spot?
As part of the Strengths Ministry, there is no charge for this webinar; participants are encouraged to make a free-will donation to their church or designated ministry.