A Roadmap to Just Leadership
Justin Humphreys, Simon Barrington take us on a journey to discover what Just Leadership looks like in practice and explore what it means to put justice and integrity at the heart of our day-to-day leadership.
A Heart For Justice
Justin and Simon are joined by Leroy Logan and Rosemary Hack to look at at what it how we develop a heart for justice in ourselves and what it might look like to tackle injustice together with others.
Foundations of Just Leadership
Justin and Simon are joined by Amanda Mukwashi and Cerys Morgan to explore the difference that can be made to our leadership by learning from the experiences of others.
Generosity and Proximity
Justin and Simon are joined by Stewart McCulloch, Andrea Pattico, and Amy Orr-Ewing to look at two key characteristics of a leader with justice at their heart: generosity and proximity.
Characteristics of Just Leadership - Managing Power and Exercising Courage
Justin and Simon are joined by Bekah Legg and Patrick Regan to explore two more key characteristics of leadership: power and courage.
Tackling the Difficult Stuff and Making Change Happen.
Justin and Simon are joined by Mark and Cathy Madavan to focus on the injustices women in leadership face and also the challenges of living with a disability as a church leader.
Justin and Simon are joined by Dr Kate Middleton and Erik Jespersen to look at the contribution that charity can make to fighting injustice - what does it mean to be charity-minded in the context of just leadership?
Justin and Simon are joined by Roger Fairhead and Sharon Amensu to look at the contribution that charity can make to fighting injustice - what does it mean to be charity-minded in the context of just leadership?
Justin and Simon are joined by Pete and Nikki Sims to look at how justice must be a message that is lived-out by the Church, God’s people.
Justin and Simon are joined by Tarn Bright to look at how the characteristics and the actions of just leaders are reflected in public life and what the impact of pursuing justice should have upon society more broadly.