Be one. Build many.
Do you know when it is okay to be acceptable; do your people know? How do you communicate that to your people? How do you reward them for ‘acceptable’ workmanship?HealthyLeaders Community
Have you ever known someone who let power or position go to their head? I’ll bet it was hard for you to follow or respect that leader. Power is an essential force in human relations that can be used for good or evil, but to be a benevolent force it must be tamed; therefore, Christ’s stewards must consider the responsible use of the power He places in our hands.Howard Rich
From your perspective – how do you integrate employee feedback to make your organization stronger and/or more effective?
From your perspective – how do you integrate employee feedback to make your organization stronger and/or more effective? What examples can you point to?HealthyLeaders Community
George relates the similarities between today’s prolific churches with the characteristics of the churches depicted in Acts. Churches that rapidly multiply today have certain things in common: Money is not a necessary component, nor are particular doctrine or liturgy, buildings, degrees, big meetings, or eloquent speakers. They require no church practices except what Christ and His apostles required.George Patterson
37 things I’ve learned in 37 years of ministry. I’m sure I’ve got a lot more to learn, and glad the Lord is so patient with me, because I’m a pretty slow learner. Hope they’ve been encouraging to you.Mark Altrogge
Here are yet 10 more things I learned (and am still learning).Mark Altrogge
What are the little things that “won’t ever go wrong” in your organization? Specifically, what are you doing to ensure your people don’t take the trivial stuff for granted? Please leave your thoughts in the comments below.HealthyLeaders Community
Yesterday, I began a series of blog posts called 37 Things I Learned in 37 Years of Ministry and began with 10 things I’d learned. Here we go with a few more.Mark Altrogge
Recently, I retired from full-time ministry after 37 years. Here are some things I learned over the years. They are not in any particular order.Mark Altrogge
For any organization to last, there needs to be a blend of leadership strengths and gifts. Once in a while there’s a leader that can do all of these things, but that is rare. This is why it’s so important to choose the right people to lead, develop and grow an organization.Russ Cline