Become a better leader for the rest of your life.
Grow your influence and leadership
through the CREST Leadership Course
The first year is 3 encounters, each 4 days, focusing on your purpose, values, and strengths. It’s about you and your story, and finding out what kind of leader you are. Along the way you will be introduced to tools and processes that will improve your leadership.
Year Two - Diploma
Year two is also 3 encounters, each one 4 days long, and the focus is how you interact and execute with others. We will cover issues like communication, conflict, and change. At the last encounter you will graduate with a Diploma in Christian Leadership.
Masters Intensive - Degree
After achieving the certificate, we offer an additional week of digging more into leadership principles and complexities. Completing the Intensive , along with a thesis, will earn you a Masters Degree in Christian Leadership.
New Cohorts starting in the Fall of 2019!
What students are saying…
CREST is, by far, the best leadership training I have ever been involved in. It is not just informational, but transformational. I am changing – thank God! Jeff Germo, BC
During CREST God gave me two things: a mirror and a compass - a mirror to see myself with new eyes at this stage in my life’s journey, and a compass to show me the way forward. Both are essential at mid-life and through CREST I found them.
CREST has created a space to learn new strategies, become equipped with practical tools to move beyond surviving to thriving in the second half of life!
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