Do you wonder if you are faithfully working in your sphere of influence? Join us for teaching, tools, and stories about practicing work faithfully as we host dialogues with professionals from various industries.
Date: Thursday, December 5
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Location: The Engine Fueled by Ankura (2963 Sidco Dr., Suite 101, Nashville, TN 37204)
Food: Buffet lunch provided
In a world crying for and even demanding justice, what does it mean for us to be leaders who are just? Hear from David Spickard on December 5 to understand how your leadership can empower all people to thrive and meet our deepest desires for impact and the building of God’s Kingdom. David will share key facets and stories of ways you as a leader can identify the brokenness and utilize your work to bring flourishing.
About the Lunches
We use a practical theological framework to identify the inherent goodness of work, its outcomes, and the deeper questions it asks of us. The gatherings provide glimpses into common struggles and philosophical differences, and seek to foster the hope that emerges when we come to expect more from God within our work. Let’s work on faithfully working at work.
A native of Nashville, David Spickard is passionate about helping leaders thrive so that their people thrive and ultimately their communities thrive. He is the President of Spickard Consulting, based in Raleigh, NC, that works with CEOs and their executive teams to strengthen their leadership, strategy, and impact. In addition, he has created the Just Leadership Project which helps CEOs and leaders of influence navigate issues of justice to affect real change and leave a lasting legacy.
As the previous CEO of Jobs for Life, a global non-profit organization which equips unemployed and underemployed men and women to experience the dignity of work, David has mobilized thousands of leaders to provide practical solutions for poverty and joblessness in the U.S. and across the world.
David graduated with his BA from UNC-Chapel Hill and his MBA from Indiana University and has served on multiple local and national boards. He and his wife, Alice, live in Raleigh, and have four children.