I spent ten years as the rector of the Parish of Pender & Saturna Islands. By all accounts it was a good incumbency, and we did many good things. But, a few years after I left, it all started to unravel. In retrospect, perhaps what they are doing now is what I should have been doing then – collective leadership, appreciative inquiry, generative conversation, and the talking stick. Come to think of it, perhaps I should be doing it now in my new parish. Hmmmmmm. Read the article!
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