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3 Easy Ways To Evaluate A Team Member’s Performance

by Shawn Lovejoy: You can build a great career based on your skill set and talent alone. However, if you want to build a legacy, you have to learn to build and develop other leaders. Calling out and nurturing the potential of those on your team not only solidifies your […]

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Keys for Identifying, Developing and Retaining Volunteer Leaders

by Tim Nations of Leadership Network: I was recently with a church staff in an affluent, well-educated East Coast suburb. They were trying to shift their church model from “hired staff” managing volunteers to where staff’s primary role would be developing members to lead in ministries inside and outside the […]

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Leadership Development: Leading Through Conflict – Part 1

by Healthy Growing Churches: Conflict in and amongst our teams is inevitable. Each member of the team is human after all, and as much as we hate to admit it, we don’t always walk perfectly in alignment with the Spirit like we wish we could. Also, each member of your […]

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ACTS 1 & 2

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: Acts was not written to show us how to do church. It was written to show us how to do churches. Acts was written to show us how the church expands; how the West was won. From day one at Pentecost, […]

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COMMANDO SCHOOL

Post navigation Share Tweet Print Email by Peyton Jones: There are a few essential bits of training that a core team must have before they are deployed. Over the months that you will be training your core team, you need to emphasize the following resources, scriptures, and key concepts. The […]

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CNLP 263: Horst Schulze with Lessons From the Ritz-Carlton on Coaching the Best From a Team When You Can’t Pay Top Wages, What Guests Really Want, How to Satisfy a Customer and What To Do With Customer Complaints

by Carey Nieuwhof: At age 14, Horst Schulze left home to start in the hotel industry in Germany. What he learned there introduced true luxury to America. In this wide-ranging and candid interview, Horst talks about what customers really want, how to build a world class team with lower wage […]

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7 Kinds of People You Can’t Afford to Keep In Leadership

by Carey Nieuwhof: There’s a secret fear most leaders have: losing people. It can seem so hard to reach people that keeping them that losing a customer, a client, a staff member, a person in your church, or even a subscriber to your email list can be heart-wrenching for many […]

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Understand, Assess, and Improve the Culture in Your Church with Chris Wignall

by unSeminary: Welcome to back to the unSeminary podcast. I’m excited to have Chris Wignall joining us today. He is the Executive Director of the Catalyst Foundation. The job of the Catalyst Foundation is to come alongside leaders of charities and churches to help them understand, assess and improve the […]

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Accountability You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

by Jim Putman, The word accountability has been subtly stolen from us by our enemy. He’s happy to distort accountability by either of two errors. Many call their small groups “accountability groups”, but all they do is share their struggles. They don’t do anything to help one another change, usually […]

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4 Keys To Creating a Healthy Culture That Naturally Resists Toxic People

By Carey Nieuwhof: Guess what’s impacting your leadership more thank you think? Culture. Specifically, the culture you’re creating as a leader. Often I hear leaders complain about the toxic people they have in their organization (staff, customers, volunteers, attenders). To be sure, that happens. But if you always have toxic […]