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Leading Transformational Change: Theory U – Ermal Kirby
In this video from the 2018 SWF conference 'Leaderful Church?', SWF Research Officer Ermal Kirby describes how the principles and practices of Theory U have impacted his work.
Theological reflection on Methodist church leadership – Sam McBratney
From the 2018 SWF conference 'Leaderful Church?', SWF Research Officer Sam McBratney offers his theological reflection on leadership in the Methodist church.
Leaderful Church? – theological reflection from Mark Wakelin
In this closing presentation, Mark Wakelin provides a theological reflection on the conference and its theme, Leaderful Church?
Leaderful Church? Panel conversation
From our 2018 SWF conference, the panel discussion of Sheryl Anderson, R. David Muir, Megan Seneque, and Andrew Wood, with input from David Sims. Chaired by Sue Miller, this includes the Q&A session.
Interview with Bala Gnanapragasam
From the 2018 SWF conference 'Leaderful Church?', Sue Miller interviews then-designate Vice-President of the Methodist Conference, Bala Gnanapragasam, on what leaderful church means to him.
Leaderful Church: a storytelling approach (video) – David Sims
From our 2018 conference 'Leaderful Church?', plenary speaker David Sims' presentation on the role of story in church leadership. The accompanying slides are also available via this website.
Leading Transformational Change (video) – Megan Seneque
From our 2018 conference 'Leaderful Church?', SWF Honorary Research Fellow Megan Seneque's presentation on how Theory U can be utilised in facilitating transformational change. The accompanying slides are also available via this website.
Leading from a Second Chair (video) – Tim Harle
From our 2018 conference 'Leaderful Church?', a video of SWF Associate Tim Harle's presentation on the role of 'deputy' leadership. The accompanying powerpoint slides are available on the website.
A closing theological reflection from the SWF Changing Church Conference
In this video, Mark Wakelin provides a theological reflection on the SWF Changing Church conference and the issues that emerged.
SWF Changing Church Conference poetry reading
In this video, poet Lucy Berry reads one of her poems on the ‘death’ and ‘birth’ of church at the SWF Changing Church conference.
Who buys the coffee? The hidden power dynamics of change
In this video clip from the full workshop, Anna Ruddick describes an anecdote highlighting the unexpected learning that comes with change.
Workshop on accompanying faith organisations through transformational change
In this workshop from the SWF Changing Church conference, Keith Elford and Anna Ruddick present their case studies
Conference presentation: Embedding theological reflection at CAFOD
In this video, Susy Brouard presents her research project working with theological action research to investigate embedding theological reflection at CAFOD
Introduction to Theological Action Research
In this extract from her full presentation, Susy Brouard presents an overview of Theological Action Research as a methodology for faith-based social research.
Stories of migration in word and image
In this video of her closing plenary talk from the SWF Migration & Ministry conference, Janice Price challenges participants to consider how their responses to migrants might have been impacted.
Art installation: triptych
In this video of his talk from the SWF Migration & Ministry conference, artist Ric Stott discusses how his art connects with the conference theme. He introduces Firas from Iraq and Pride from Cameroon who speak about their experiences.
Migration and ministry conference poems
In this video, poet Lucy Berry reads poems to close the SWF Migration & Ministry Conference
Sanctuary and migration
In this video, Methodist minister Inderjit Bhogal reflects on the theme of sanctuary in relation to the conference theme of ministry and ministry.
Migration and mission
In this video from the SWF Migration & Ministry conference, Harvey Kwiyani reflects theologically on understandings of migration and the experience of migrants.