Leading Without Losing Your Soul
We've all been there: empty and burned out. Yet we continue to serve because that's what leaders do! Are you serving from an empty cup? Leading this way is possible, but we end up not only depleting ourselves but hurting others. The stakes are high. Without intentional replenishment, we can lose our strength, our hope and our passion for what God has called us to do. This session will explore soul care for the leader. No one else can be responsible for our soul care, but when we have a plan in place, we can experience fullness and joy as we lead, thriving in every season.
Leading Through Transition
As leaders we hope to continually grow in the vision God is giving us for life and ministry. And often, what comes with growing vision is something much more daunting: Transition. Whether we are stepping into a new role, re-defining our current one or leading others into roles we have outgrown, healthy transition is a catalyst to healthy leadership. In this workshop we’ll dig into the nitty gritty of leading well in times of change. We’ll identify common mistakes that sabotage the process and learn how to put energy into what really matters.
Leading Out of Who You Are
Erna Kim Hackett
As we step into leading boldly, we are not only tempted, but often pressured to lead like those who have gone before us. When those leaders are male, white, and formed in a particular model of church leadership, it can be hard to find our own voice and leadership style. We will look at the story of David being asked to wear Saul's armor as a case study for the ways we are pressured to lead like men, but have been equipped through our own lived experience, to lead out of who we are and our own unique set of skills, gifts, and style.
Leading Through Personal Pain
In our broken world, encountering pain is inevitable, especially for those of us in an urban context. Perhaps you are in pain right now, alternating between stuffing it down and feeling consumed by it. As leaders we are called not only to serve those who are in pain, but also to steward our own pain. This workshop aims to increase your ability to lead through personal pain. We will explore how to recognize your pain and trauma, how to boldly pursue healing and model help-seeking for your community, and how to use present pain as part of an ongoing testimony.
3000 Constitution Drive
Livermore, CA 94551
Our conference hotel is the Holiday Inn Express & Suites, just one freeway
exit away from the conference venue.
We have reserved a block of rooms. To take advantage of these special rates, you must reserve your room no later than August 15.
Standard King – $132
Two Queen beds – $149
To reserve a room:
Call the hotel directly at (925) 961-9600 and reference the Lead Bold Conference group rate.
Guest room rates include the following:
Full complimentary hot breakfast buffet featuring eggs, sausages, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, hot cinnamon buns, fresh fruit and fruit juices, bagels and cream cheese, yogurt, hard boiled eggs, toast and a variety of bakery items. Breakfast is served Monday through Friday from 6:30am to 9:30am and 7:00am to 10:00am Saturday and Sunday.
Complimentary Wi-Fi in all guest rooms and in the hotel main lobby.
On-site Business Center
On-site Fitness Center
24 hour staffed Front Desk
All guest rooms feature 42” flat screen TV with 29 high-definition channels, refrigerator, small microwave, Keurig coffee maker, iron and ironing board, energy-efficient cooling and heating.
100% non-smoking property featuring 92 rooms and suites
Other local hotel choices:
4075 Grafton Street
Dublin, California 94568
1700 North Livermore Avenue
Livermore, CA 94551
2801 Constitution Drive
Livermore, CA, 94550
2929 Constitution Drive
Livermore, CA 94551
For Women's Ministry Leaders...
Join us Friday afternoon for our 3-hour pre-conference for Women’s Ministry leaders led by Debbie Alsdorf and Tracy Rodden.
Friday, September 6, 1:00-4:00pm. $40
This interactive session will equip you to assess your current ministry and clarify your vision for future growth. With over 30 years of combined women’s ministry experience, Debbie and Tracy will share strategies for structuring your ministry for sustainable success and building a dynamic team to lead with you. The discussion will include practical insights for thriving as a multi-generational ministry while equipping and reaching the next generation.
Who is this for? How do I know if it’s for me?
Lead Bold is simply a leadership conference for women in ministry. If you see what you do as ministry (paid, volunteer, experienced, brand new, church-centric or not), then you will fit right in at this conference. If you’re looking to be built into as a leader among a group of women who understand you, then this conference is for you. If you’re looking to learn from other women leaders, and get to share what you’ve learned along the way, too, then it’s for you. This conference is a gathering of ministry leaders, so if that’s you, then we hope to see you there!