Monday, October 18, 2021

How to Lead When You’re Facing Constant Loss and Continual Bad News

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Let me guess. You keep thinking it’s going to get better, only to discover…it hasn’t. As I’ve been catching up personally with leaders over the...

Looking Ahead: Wisdom & Resilience for a New School Year

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I spend many of my days in conversations with Christian school leaders from coast to coast. What I’ve heard repeatedly over the past year...

7 Steps to a Great Vacation: How to Take a Full Month Off Work...

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Have you had a real break this year? If you ask most leaders, the answer is no. Sure, they took time off, but they kept...

7 Practical Ideas to Recharge Your Leadership Battery

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How are you? Need a break? What level is your “leadership battery” at? Fully charged.Good, but drained.Weak, probably need a jump start.Very little left; may need a...

7 Neuroscience Keys to Effective Performance Reviews

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Annually in my first 35 years in ministry, I had spent hours preparing and delivering multiple staff performance reviews. I was shocked to learn that...

5 Ways to Combat the “great Resignation” and Building a Thriving Team

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As the pandemic recedes, a new issue is emerging for leaders. Economists are calling it “The Great Resignation.” Studies are showing that at least 40% of workers are...

Why Pastors Bang Their Heads Against the Wall and Counselors Resign

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Michelle Singletary writes a financial advice column for the Washington Post. Some years ago, a fellow wrote Ms. Singletary for advice. He was planning to...

How to Protect Your Time Off from Constant Emails (and Other “important” Requests)

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We’ve all been there before, right? You’re out, enjoying time with friends or family and then you check your phone. You know you shouldn’t...

How to Break the Power of Hurry

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We live in a world that bombards us with incessant visual stimuli and noise which tempts us to hurry. It’s easy to become addicted...

Should Your Church Be Revitalized or Replanted? a Post-covid Reality

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Very few church leaders and members are opposed to their churches being revitalized. After all, revitalization is the process of your church getting reinvigorated. Revitalization...
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Leadership is rewarding and definitely worth it, but let’s be honest, there are many days when it’s no picnic. Typically, those days have something to...

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