Leading with Integrity

  • Facilitator: Bishop Albert Watson 
  • Level: Certificate
  • Study time: 1-2 Days
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Our Learning Programmes:

  • CIMS
  • 1-2 Days
  • CAMS
  • 2 Years
  • MIP
  • 2 Years
  • CMDP
  • 2 Years
  • Joshua Programme
  • 3 years full-time/6-8 years part-time
  • Pentecostal Theological Seminary Certificate
  • 4 years part-time
  • European Theological Seminary Certificate
  • 3 Years full-time
Course overview
A study of contemporary concepts of spiritual leadership with emphasis on scriptural models for varied administrative and leadership functions, including communication, decision making, conflict management, delegation, financial accountability, stewardship and operational procedures.

After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Identify and discuss the contemporary concepts of spiritual leadership.

- Describe the value of integrity for the minister in a contemporary world.

- Identify the characteristics of a transformational leader.

- Identify various types of conflict and know how to manage and/or resolve them.

- Model a five-star church.

  • Zoom Session (Live) View date in prospectus. 
  • Video time: 4 hours 
  • Test
  • Certificate
  • Assignments ( Ministerial Candidates)
  • Exam ( Ministerial Candidates)
Live sessions are only available on the dates listed in the prospectus.

Meet the facilitators 

Bishop Albert Watson 
Dip.ThCMDP, BA (Hons), MA, PhD (Can)

Albert is the District Bishop and senior pastor of the Bilston NTCG. He has over 20 years pastoral experience and a background in Christian Education and ministerial training. He co-founded a number of Church based educational projects. He is a graduate of the Ebenezer Bible Institute (EBI), Birmingham University and Birmingham Bible Institute, where he gained his Certificate/ Diploma in theology. He lectured at the EBI and taught at the Wolverhampton City College as Social Studies/ Policy lecturer. He has Diploma/ BA (Hons) in Social work from Coventry University, MA Social Policy from the University of Central England and is a PhD (candidate) University of London.

Co-facilitator: Dr. Grace Bally-Balogun