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Volunteers Vs. Recruits

Jul 25, 2019

Leaders: have you ever found that, when you ask for volunteers, the wrong people will usually volunteer? People who can’t greet or smile volunteer to be greeters and ushers. People who...

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In Transition

Jul 23, 2019
 

We’re prone to thinking that people go through seasons of transition and seasons of staying the same. However, everyone, including you, is constantly changing! Our emotions, bodies, minds,...

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Disappointments

Jul 16, 2019
 

Most of us view disappointments in a negative light. We try to shift blame,
absolve ourselves of responsibility, and fret about what went wrong. Instead, we
need to view disappointments in light of...

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The Need for Coaches and Mentors

Jul 11, 2019

Perhaps one of the greatest regrets we can have in our lives is looking back and realizing we did not have coaches and mentors guiding us. It may seem like a luxury; but in leadership, coaches and...

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A leader’s most important question

Jul 09, 2019
 

Leaders often get sidetracked with a multitude of questions. When new projects arise, we can become obsessed with the logistics. The most essential question leaders will ask, however, is,...

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Learning to Walk

Jul 02, 2019
 

Many of us are discouraged when we fall, thinking we’re failures. However, look at children. The only way they can walk is by falling enough times to learn what it takes. Think of falling as...

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4 Types of People

Jun 27, 2019

This principle will free you from a lot of frustration and heartache. Do you have a person on your team who consistently doesn’t deliver what you’d like them to deliver? Do you have...

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What You Can Never Delegate

Jun 27, 2019

Delegation. It’s a word tossed around in organizational circles a lot. When we look at delegation, we are looking at who can help us do something. There is a difference between dumping and...

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When Crisis Strikes

Jun 25, 2019
 

When crisis strikes, our first instinct is to try to deconstruct why it happened: did we not plan adequately? Is there something we could have done better? Instead of asking questions that will...

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Events and Processes

Jun 20, 2019

All organizations, churches included, have both events and processes. Some organizations say, ‘We’re really good at doing events.’ Some say, ‘We’re really good at...

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