Ethical Leadership in a
Three Pop-Up Webinars
Be inspired. Be motivated. Be practical.
Live on Tuesday, May 12, 19, and 26
"God give us leaders; a time like this demands great leaders;” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Address at Public Meeting of the Southern Christian Ministers Conference of Mississippi
In the year since unarmed teenager Michael Brown was killed by a police officer in Ferguson, MO and indeed with the civil unrest in Baltimore following the controversial death of Freddie Gray in police custody, the national dialogue has refocused on race. Many leaders are looking for ways to connect their churches to the ongoing conversation. Most importantly, they are deeply invested in identifying practical leadership solutions that can galvanize communities to continue to advocate for equity and social justice but whose tactics are also practical enough to be used immediately and by a cross-section of people. With this interest in mind, the Seminary has gathered a range of thought leaders and practitioners to share their methods for informed ethical leadership.
So grab your lunch and spend three sessions with Princeton Seminary as we discuss ideas and methods for informed ethical leadership that include:
- Making activism a lifestyle.
- Using historical and political contexts to inform leadership practices.
- Exploring key values of character, civility, and community for ethical action.
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Three influential leaders who will inspire you, motivate you, and strategize with you.
the public theologian / activist
Rahiel Tesfamariam is Founder / Publisher of UrbanCusp, a cutting-edge online lifestyle magazine highlighting progressive urban culture, faith, social change and global awareness. She is also a former columnist for The Washington Post. Rahiel is a graduate of Stanford University and holds a Master of Divinity from Yale University where she was the inaugural William Sloane Coffin, Jr. Scholar for Peace and Justice.
Follow her on twitter @RahielT
the new civil rights leader
Steven L. Reed was elected Montgomery County Probate Judge (the county's highest elected administrative position) in November 2012, the first African American elected to that position. He has been an ongoing contributor to the national dialogue on civil rights, marriage equality, and social justice and equity issues in urban communities. He has been featured in the New York Times and is a frequent commentator on Sunday morning news shows. Hailing from Montgomery, AL, his family has an extensive and storied background as community leaders in the ongoing struggle for equal rights in the south. Follow him on twitter @stevenlouisreed
the ethical leadership expert
Walter E. Fluker is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Professor of Ethical Leadership, the editor of the Howard Thurman Papers Project and the Director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Initiative for the Development of Ethical Leadership at Boston University School of Theology. He was founding executive director of the Leadership Center and the Coca-Cola Professor of Leadership Studies at Morehouse College. The founder of VisionQuest International and Walter Earl Fluker and Associates, he is a featured consultant, speaker, lecturer and workshop leader. Follow him on twitter @Wefluker
Pricing and Registration
For more information or for questions, please contact:
Program Director, Black Theology and Leadership Institute at (e) [email protected] or (p) 609-497-7990.