Free webinar with Corné J. Bekker, Karl Inge Tangen og Truls Liland
Servant leadership is a holistic approach to leadership that has gained recognition and interest among both practitioners and scholars, in many sectors of the global village. In this webinar, three scholars will explore the key qualities of servant leaders and how they might help create good organizations that contribute to the common good. The webinar will also offer critical perspectives and ask how biblical perspectives may help improve current models of leadership.
The webinar will be in english without translation to Norwegian
14:35 Corné J. Bekker
15:05 Short break
15:15 Karl Inge Tangen
15:40 Truls Liland
16:05 Roundtable discussion with HLT students
Corné J. Bekker
Corné J. Bekker (Ph.d) is the dean and director of Th.M & Ph.D. programs at Regent University. Bekker is an ordained minister and is actively involved in ministry in the Hampton Roads area. He has traveled to Africa, Europe, America to present the subjects of biblical exegises and leadership formation in churches, seminars and academic conferences. His research interests lie in the fields of the Gospels, Biblical Models of Leadership, Hermeneutics and Pauline Literature.
Karl Inge Tangen
Høyskolen for Ledelse og Teologi
Karl Inge Tangen (Ph.d) is dean of research at the Norwegian School of Theology and Leadership (HLT) and has been a part of the school since its founding in 2008. Tangen is head of the field of social sciences and leadership at HLT, and he is working as a co-pastor in Filadelfia, Oslo. His research interests lie in the fields of theology, ethics, value-based leadership and social science. He is also developing the S-E-R-V-E model which is used for leadership development in several countries.
NLA University College
Truls Liland is working as a Ph.D Research Fellow and Assistant Professor at the Hauge School of Management (NLA University College). He has a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies, and a Master of Management. His research interests lie in the fields of entrepreneurship, Hans Nielsen Hauge, corporate social responsibility, and servant leadership.