For the typical leader, there never seems to be enough time. E-mails, conversations, planning, meetings with people—your day fills up quickly and is over much too soon. The lack of time often produces stress, frustration, and limits your effectiveness. Most literature for leaders focuses on the management of time, but are there deeper principles that could make time your friend rather than an enemy? Could a theology of time give you firmer moorings and free you from the tyranny of the urgent? This workshop will start you on that journey.