Tyndale Leadership Centre

New Webinar: Leading in Disorienting Times with Dr. Peter Dickens. 
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Rethink Leadership. Thrive in a Complex World.




Why We Exist

There is a crisis of leadership in the church today.

Faith-based organizations have paid little or no attention to developing and nurturing future leaders, and they are about to reap what they have sown. As one generation of leaders retires, there are few with the skills to take their organizations forward.

The Tyndale Leadership Centre offers world-class, well-researched leadership development programs designed to equip leaders for the realities of a complex world.


What Others Are Saying

“For those who are about to take the next step in their careers, the Tyndale Leadership Centre is going to be a catalyst for the next level. It’s going to help those who are established in their leadership role to solidify their skills so that they can really optimize their position on behalf of the organization.”

Chris Bosch, Director, Program Strategy, World Vision Canada

"The Tyndale Leadership Centre offers a unique opportunity to develop your understanding and application of cutting-edge leadership principles while staying fully engaged in your everyday life."

Mike Baer, Founder, The Jholdas Project

"The out-of-the-box thinking with strong theological and academic offerings provides a unique framework to wrestle through various issues related to leadership."

Alana Walker Carpenter, CEO, Intriciti                    

"The Tyndale Leadership Centre has been a wonderful partner in the development and delivery of our Leadership 201 program. They understand the challenges of leadership and believe through self-awareness that there are personal triggers that affect one’s leadership style and response. They encourage leaders to create possibilities and opportunities when faced with times of significant change.  Dr. Peter Dickens is a brilliant and passionate facilitator able to connect at any level using both theoretical and practical instruction."

Charlie Guy, VP People and Culture, World Vision Canada