Myers-Briggs

 

Specialists

Rev. George Brookover

I have fifty-five years of pastoral experience. As an ordained Lutheran (ELCA), I served Holy Comforter Lutheran/Kingwood, Texas for three decades. This encompassed be church planter to leading a staff of nine ordained and lay leaders. From 1996-2014 I served my ELCA jurisdiction as an Intentional Interim Pastor. In 1997 Brookover Leadership was established for training and leading clergy and laity in several denominations.

Utilization of the Myers-Briggs instrument with clergy, paid and volunteer staff and organizational leaders equips everyone for understanding how every individual performs in keeping with their “type.”  Recognizing and utilizing the specific typologies enhances outcomes. And it also deflects attempting to make everyone perform in the same or identical form or fashion.


Rev. Mike Johnson   

After receiving his M.Div. from a seminary in Michigan, Mike moved to the Houston area to plant a church.  After 32 years in the Houston area, you could now say Texas is Mike’s home state. After over a decade of pastoring, Mike received his D. Min. from Fuller seminary in adult discipleship and leadership development and began a Christian non-profit called Ascending Leaders. As founder and president of Ascending Leaders, Mike works along with colleagues to equip churches for Christ-centered discipleship. Measurable results. Eternal outcomes. As a coach, Mike is known for his passion for the local church and its pastor, creativity, design, emphasis on implementation and results, loyalty, vision, management, and effectiveness. Mike is married to Gina with two adult children who are married, living, and serving in the Houston area and three granddaughters.

Mike is a trainer level certified in the Grip (spiritual gifts)-Birkman. Mike is senior certified consultant in the Birkman method. Mike has experience coaching over 300 people through their Grip-Birkman results. Mike has also published on the topic.