Andrews University Leadership Faculty
As a response to the evolving challenge triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Andrews University Department of Leadership has taken the initiative to host a series of “Leading in Times of Crisis” webinars from June 8–July 19, 2020. Each Monday, from 7–8 p.m., a frontline leader in the campus, church or community will be interviewed about their direct experiences with recent crises. The webinars will be available through Zoom. Those in attendance online will also be able to submit questions for the speaker.
The webinars are free, but registration is required. To register, please visit https://mailchi.mp/e359df9c672b/leadingintimesofcrisis. You will receive a link and a password to join the meeting. CEU certificates are available upon request.
Terry Shaw, President and CEO of AdventHealth
The featured speaker for the June 8 inaugural webinar is Terry Shaw, President & CEO, AdventHealth. Modern Healthcare has named him one of 2019’s 100 Most Influential People. He oversees 50 hospitals in nine states and more than 80,000 staff members and has led AdventHealth through a transformative time, included a rebrand from Adventist Health System, completed in January 2019. For more information, please visit www.adventhealth.com
Sung Kwon, PhD, DMin, Alumnus of the Andrews University Leadership program. He is the author of the book Burst the Bubble: Finding Your Passion for Community Outreach, Pacific Press Publishing Association, 2017
The second webinar is scheduled for Monday, June 15 at 7:00 pm. The special guest is Sung Kwon, director, NAD Adventist Community Services, the official community outreach ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist church in the North American Division. See www.nadadventist.org/departments/adventist-community-services for additional information.
Subsequent webinars are scheduled for the following Mondays at 7:00 pm until July 13, 2020. They will feature additional outstanding guests and will focus on local businesses, church administration, and educational leadership. More information will follow.
Participants interested in more extensive studies on the topic “Leading in Times of Crisis” are encouraged to register for the summer courses LEAD-689-999 (994) Seminar: Leading in Times of Crisis or LEAD-789-999 (995) Advanced Seminar: Leading in Times Crisis. For more information about these graduate courses, interested participants may contact the Department of Leadership at email@example.com.
The Andrews University Leadership program is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The Department of Leadership houses three graduate academic programs: educational leadership, higher education administration, and leadership. Each program operates primarily in a distance education format, with most courses being taught online. For more information, visit andrews.edu/leadership.