A new study shows that hands-on leadership negatively effects the bottom line of a company (i.e., finances). What is required for a hands-on manager to shift to a hands-off type of leadership?
Our goal should always be to examine the organization (and every aspect of the organization) to ensure that it is not hindering the work of the church in building itself up.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough. If you are in any kind of business… read it.
Is creativity and innovation difficult or simple? Are people made for the same roles? Are they judged by the same standards?
All organizations struggle with “the way things are done”. All industries struggle with the way things are done. This is true of businesses, associations, governments, churches, non-profits, etc. Dealing with “the way things are done” is one of the most difficult tasks to tackle.
Do you work remotely? Have you ever worked remotely? What pros and cons do you see from working remotely?
I’ve always enjoyed writing. But something happened toward the end of my last blogging experience. I burned out. I published “The Assembling of the Church” from March 21, 2006 until November 10, 2013… that’s over 7 1/2 years… 2791 days to be exact. During that time, I published about 4300 posts… or approximately 1.5 posts …
I’m probably not as healthy as I was when I was training for a marathon, but I’m healthier than I could be… and getting healthier.
I hate clickbait. I also hate lists posts: 4 reasons for this, 6 ways to that, 3 lessons from these. I refuse to use them. Any of them. Yes, I may occasionally include lists in my posts, but I won’t use a “list title” to catch your attention. Why? Because they are never exhaustive. Actually, …
For those of you who are new to this site, it may seem strange that the first post is called “Update”, but there’s a very good reason for this. Many of you already know the reason… For many years, I published a blog at this URL called “The Assembling of the Church”. (For those who …