Tom McGehee

Tom McGehee is the CEO and founder of The WildWorks Group. Tom’s mission is to facilitate and release the collective power of the Body of Christ. For over fifteen years he has worked with churches, and ministries all over the world. Tom is an acknowledged leader in collaborative work, as well as systemic and culture change. He is a published author, speaker, trainer, and thought leader in collaboration and culture change. Tom has worked with church plants, and mega churches, various denominations, and global ministries.  He developed the learning community process with Leadership Network, and currently supports church planting networks in both the US and Europe. Tom has also had successful careers in the military and business. Tom became a Christian through Campus Crusade for Christ while attending Auburn University. Tom and his wife, Elaine, have four children, have been married for 37 years, and live in Plano, Texas.


2018 Forum Sessions

Post-Luncheon Workshops

Learning Communities: Creating Results through Innovative Educational Environments

The term learning community began to gain traction in the 80’s and 90’s was generically defined as “a group of people who share common academic goals and attitudes, that meet semi-regularly to collaborate on classwork.” In 2002, Leadership Network asked Tom McGehee to develop a learning community design that could support multiple churches working together.  Today, that design has grown in Christian circles and “learning communities” are being used in many different ways. Particularly in Europe, the learning community is very useful as it a great approach to support networks and cross-denominational interactions.  In this session, we will discuss the various constructs of learning communities, when they are best applied, and how to use them most successfully. Also, we will discuss a new learning community training opportunity in Results-based Conversations (RbC), and WaveChange.


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