Explore the biblical foundations that inform Christian leadership with Prof Sen Sendjaya who pioneered the study of servant leadership in Australia and internationally. He argues that preoccupation with the self is the fundamental reason leaders are blinded by power and control, create their own performance treadmill, live for the approval of others, and have myopic ambition.
This unit investigates the dimensions of servant leadership and examines five areas of personal leadership eﬀectiveness: (desire, identity, dignity, motive, and ambition). Some video content and a three-day on-campus intensive with practical assessments.
|Workload||One semester, 12 credit points|
|Status||Core unit for the Graduate Certificate of Christian Leadership
Elective for other courses
|When||Online from 31 May
Intensive 12-14 July
|Teacher||Prof Sen Sendjaya|
Pre-intensive, students are required to engage in 6 hours of video and other learning material as well as read a book and complete a 1,500-word book review.
The intensive is held over three consecutive days and is only available on campus. Each day begins at 9 am and concludes at 5 pm.
Post-intensive, students engage in a further 6 hours of video and other learning material and complete two assignments.