this course is designed to help you Increase your influence and experience Trust in relationships.

The High Trust Leader Course (HTLC) explores this concept over 16 weeks through faculty-guided discussions, face-to-face tools, reading, and teaching videos. Learn High Trust Leader principles on your own schedule within each week, from anywhere in the world.

You will be instructed, challenged, and encouraged in how to develop High Trust Communities. The HTLC provides teams of any size the ability to dive deeper into the gospel of God's grace which will deepen your influence.


Why Should you Take the Course?

This course can shift your worldview, not simply fine-tune your current world.
This course can build and restore trust, not simply add to status-quo cultures.
This course can produce health in your key relationships, not simply offer techniques.
This course can expand and deepen your influence, not simply offer leadership skills.

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It's Your Time

One of the best things about the HTL course is that you can actually do it. Within each week, you will set your own schedule for how you engage with the material and fellow students from any web connected device. This "asynchronous" approach allows maximum flexibility, while also providing a full pallet of tools to engage in real time. 


The Details

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Team size?

You and at least two others you know

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How long?

16 weeks

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How much?



The next course starts January 28th, 2019 - try a Sample Lesson!


"I have been so blessed by this course. I have shared with my team at work that this has been the single most impactful leadership resource I have used in recent years.”

-Carol Ham, Care Pastor at WoodsEdge Community Church

“I walked through the TF HTLC with a group of the younger elders and leaders from our church. Before the course some of us knew each other well, some didn’t, and one was a new hire. The course has helped us to bond tightly, to get to know and trust each other deeply, and to establish a foundation of grace from which we can lead and teach together.”

- Brian Cooper