Is Your Team Ready for Growth

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Many organizations have learned the hard way that growth is a two-edged sword.  The benefits and advantages of growth– more staff, more programs, more money– are obvious and inviting.  Less obvious are the potential costs of overextended facilities and resources, possible staff/volunteer burnout, and the climate of disruptive change. Organization growth is a complicated phenomenon […]

5 Reasons Why Teamwork Does Not Work

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5 Reasons Why Teamwork Does Not Work Teamwork does not work!  Or, does it! If your company, organization or church is interested in developing a strong team, there are some approaches to teamwork that do not work. Certain “teamwork” behavior, in reality, is not teamwork at all.  Just because some groups of people call themselves […]

Inspirational Quotes About Teamwork – 12

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Inspirational Quotes About Teamwork We will try to create conditions where persons could come together in a spirit of teamwork, and exercise to their heart’s desire their technological capacity -Akio Morita In an earthquake, the most dangerous place to be is in a tall building that is not flexible. Yet, one of the safest places […]

How To Attract and Develop Future Leaders: Carson Pue

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Christian magazines, newspapers, and job-search firms specializing in nonprofit organizations are constantly advertising job opportunities for Christian leaders. Have your read ads like this? “Seeking a dynamic leader with impeccable integrity, superior administrative skills, excellent communication skills, and superb counseling abilities. If you have fundraising experience, the ability to plan and channel an organization’s growth, […]

9 Steps In Dealing With a Dominant Person

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Why do some organizations have so much difficulty in creating a productive work environment? After all, when diverse people come together with varying skills, it would seem that any organization would have great success. However, this is not the case for an overwhelming number of organizations, charity groups, businesses and church organizations. If you asked […]

Great Instructions on How to Deal With Conflict

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Great Instructions on How to Deal With Conflict Are there any rules in how to deal with conflict?  One of the greatest tools available to leaders today is conflict. Constructive conflict can be a resource that can enable any organization to grow and expand. Finding people who are different than we are is something that […]

8 Step Process for Leading Change

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8 Steps Process for Leading Change Are you leading change in your organization, business or church? Thirty years of research by leadership guru Dr. John Kotter have proven that 70% of all major change efforts in organizations fail. Why do they fail? Because organizations often do not take the holistic approach required to see the […]

What Can A Leader Learn From An Artist?

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Have you ever asked this question, “What can a leader learn from an artist?” Artists can give organizations some great insights on the recruiting and training of  leaders.  Gianpiero Petriglieri, associate professor at INSEAD, explains what we can all learn from artists. Leadership Quotes “Control is not leadership; management is not leadership; leadership is leadership. […]