Reflective Leadership Photo Credit: Reflection, By Susanne Nilsson, Flickr It’s January 1st as I write this reflection. I took about three hours yesterday to reflect again on what I want to prioritize in the year to come. I don’t think there is anything inherently important about the transition from December 31 to January 1, but this moment in our calendars provides space to … [Read more...] about Reflective Leadership
It’s time. It’s always the time. Now, it truly is. Breathe. 5, 4, 3, 2… Leap. Here. We. Are. Now. The world of possible. You have the ability to set the course for the most magnanimous transformation throughout the course of humanity. Whatever it is that you wish to … [Read more...] about Taking the Leap
Poverty is not a theme I take up frequently in this blog, but it is one that is important to our societies in general and to many individuals at a personal level. In a previous post, I engaged the topic of Breaking the Cycle of Generational Poverty in the following manner: While many people experience individual poverty in their lives due to the loss of a job or another … [Read more...] about What is Your Experience with Poverty?
It is my pleasure to highlight leadership training resources that have just been published. In partnership with the Logos Mobile Ed team at Faithlife, over the past couple years we have been working on a set of course offerings now available here — Mobile Ed: Ministry Leadership Bundle (4 courses) As the demands of leadership grow in our day, the … [Read more...] about What is Your Next Step in Leadership Training?
Photo Credit: Time, by JD, Flickr The cover of a Harvard Business Review edition recently grabbed my attention — “Managing the 24/7 Workplace … ‘Always available’ cultures breed problems.” Facing the “Always Available” Workplace I’m not sure what your work environment looks like, but the reality of the 24/7 workplace is impacting an increasing number of … [Read more...] about How Do You Work in the 24/7 Culture?