Chief Learning Officers

Becoming Adaptive Leaders

Tod Bolsinger | Jun 1, 2010

Fuller alum, professor, and pastor Dr. Tod Bolsinger recently shared some thoughts with other Fuller grads in pastoral ministry about what it takes to be a leader who “leads change” in a faith community. Tod suggests that we need pastoral leaders who resign as Chief Chaplain or CEO of their church and become the “chief learning officer.” In the same way, we need youth pastors and parachurch youth ministry leaders who commit to become adaptive leaders, leading communities of disciples toward God’s future.

Read more on leadership from Tod Bolsinger at http://Bolsinger.blogs.com.

Tod Bolsinger

Tod Bolsinger, PhD, is the senior pastor at San Clemente Presbyterian Church. He came to San Clemente in 1997 after serving for ten years at First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. He earned a PhD in Theology and Master of Divinity from Fuller Theological Seminary, and teaches as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Practical Theology for Fuller Theological Seminary. Tod has authored two books: It Takes a Church to Raise a Christian, and Showtime. He blogs at http://bolsinger.blogs.com, and can be reached at tod@scpres.org.


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