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Free to Lead Women's Leadership Conference
Fri, 10 Feb 2017, 7:00 PM – Sat, 11 Feb 2017, 4:00 PM CST
In the 21st century women are blessed with many opportunities to lead that in previous points in history could not have been dreamed of. In an era of opportunity though – how do we make sure that we are leading in a way that connects our call to be leaders, with Christ’s call to be followers? Your leadership matters and we will to take a deeper look at the Biblical principles that will help us lead with strength, purpose and destiny so that ultimately we can make a difference for the kingdom of God.
Keynote: Jessica DiSabatino believes the world doesn’t have to stay as it is. As a preacher, teacher and advocate for justice Jessica believes that God can change the world through his people. She is a storyteller, professional laugher and believes that God-encounters should be ordinary life. Jessica inspires people in the church and in the business world. She speaks in churches, at conferences and in boardrooms. She works for Mission Canada, a national agency of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada, and gives leadership to a foundation called MySafeWork, which is focused on workplace issues. She has four kids and resides in Calgary Alberta where she and her husband pastor an amazing church.
6:30 pm Registration
7:00 pm Jessica DiSabatino – Lead with Purpose
8:30 pm Dessert Reception
9:00 am Coffee / Registration
9:30 am Jessica DiSabatino – Lead with Strength
11:00 am Workshop A – Coaching with Compassion
Noon Lunch provided
1:15 pm Workshop B – The Self-Care Project
2:00 pm Coffee Break
2:30 pm Jessica DiSabatino – Lead with the End in Mind
4:00 pm Closing
Coaching with Compassion – Teresa Galashan (Crisis Counsellor at a women’s shelter)
Throughout life, everyone experiences pivotal periods of loss and growth. During those crucial seasons in our lives, personal and professional vision can either be launched or lost. In this workshop we will explore how and why we need to speak life, help birth vision, and cultivate healthy growth in others.
The Self-Care Project – Arlene Mason (Clinical Social Worker & Addictions Counsellor - Department of National Defense)
“Self-care” seems to be the buzzword of the busy woman pursuing some sort of life balance. But what does 'self-care' really look like? We’re going to get curious and honest, exploring themes that will take us to a deeper place of wholistic well-being…. Beyond the pedicure and bubble bath!