Cultivating Organizational Health Through Leadership


by
Kevin Clark June 28, 2015


Presented at:
SCL Conference 2015

ABSTRACT:

In his book The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else in Business, Patrick Lencioni argues that becoming a great and successful organization has everything to do with a humble and cohesive leadership team that creates, over-communicates clarity, and reinforces clarity in everything they do. The Geneva School leadership team recently worked through the exercises in this book, answering six critical questions to create a one-page playbook for communication, decision making, and planning going forward. Kevin Clark, Andrew Smith, and Jim Reynolds will share The Geneva School playbook and the lessons learned from doing the work together to answer the six critical questions.


TAGS:

Administration Business Leadership Strategies


Resources:

Kevin Clark
Kevin Clark has been a member of the rhetoric faculty at The Geneva School since 2004, where he teaches Rhetoric and Christian Thought to seniors. In 2013 he became academic dean. Kevin holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Central Florida, an MA in Theological Studies from Reformed Theological Seminary, and is a candidate for Doctor of Liberal Studies (DLS) at Georgetown University. Kevin as recently co-authored a book on classical education with his friend and Geneva colleague Ravi Jain entitled The Liberal Arts Tradition: A Philosophy of Christian Classical Education (Classical Academic Press, 2013).

Other Contributions by Kevin Clark

Panel: Deep Thinking and Embodied Thinking

Article - SCL Conference 2016

Education as Formation

Article - SCL Conference 2016

A Practical Introduction to the Liberal Arts

Article - 2018 SCL Annual Conference


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