Posts Tagged ‘change’

Life After A Transition By Alec Hill

  Rebuilding Our Work Life After Transition When Bob Lane left the presidency of John Deere, he described his transition as moving from a “core” job to a “portfolio” of jobs. He defined the former as his executive role and the latter as the variety of tasks awaiting him in the future. “I’m adjusting to…

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Adapt Your Leadership By Lee Ellis

 How to Adapt and Thrive Amidst Constant Change You need to adapt! How many times over the last year did you hear this from others? If there ever was a time during which you’ve had to adapt in ministry, it’s been the last 12 months. Let’s continue talking about it from a different angle that…

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5 Ways to Focus Board Meetings By Randy Bronkema

5 Ways to Change the Focus of Your Board Meetings You can begin to change the focus your board meeting and achieve great and meaningful work by focusing on five key priorities. Mission First Every time you meet, review the mission and make this a focus. Ensure that your organization has a clear view of…

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Transition and Change are Inevitable By Rich Kidd

Transition and Change are Inevitable – Growth is Optional I typically handle transition and change like a teenager learning to drive a manual transmission—lots of lurching stops and grinding gears.  The truth is only Jesus Himself has taught me to shift gears smoothly in life’s transitions. In my own life and work, I’ve found a…

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Change and the Workplace By Dr. Paul White

Understanding Change in the Workplace The biggest change to the workplace in the last decade has been the influx of millions of younger employees and the exodus of older generations. This shift has had a dynamic effect on the look, feel, and structure of workplace culture. Recent employee engagement surveys have found that employee satisfaction…

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A Change That Changes Everything By Scott Rodin

A Change of Perspective that Changes Everything A change in your perspective can change everything for you. Ask Christian leaders about what they hope Jesus says to them when they stand before him at the end of their life. Most will quote Matthew 25:21, “Well done, good and faithful servant. Come and share your Master’s…

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Ready or Not, Here Comes Change! By Alan G. Weisenberger

  Readiness for Change is up to you! Unless you’ve been asleep like Rip Van Winkle, you know that change is a constant in today’s world.  But just because it’s constant doesn’t mean we’re good at it. It would be easier if we all viewed it the same way.  But inevitably, while some are clamoring…

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Change By Mark L. Vincent

Change always changes us. Change is normal. Some of it is not welcome. Some of it is. The difference is usually what we selfishly perceive the benefit to be. We are not so altruistic that we welcome change benefiting others when it calls for sacrifice from us. When we resist change, we do well to…

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Changing Team Culture By Lisa Cooper

Changing team culture is a long-term goal. It’s a marathon, not a sprint. By Lisa Cooper~ More than two years ago, I was promoted to lead a team. What I found was there was a lack of accountability, no established common thread of faith and unclear expectations for staff performance. I set out to change…

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2.23.17 CLA Webcast: Managing Change

The February CLA Webcast dives in the art of managing change. Effective nonprofit organizations are always managing change when they refresh their strategy on a cyclical basis. As leaders you must find the most effective ways to address shifts in well-established cultures. Managing change well is vital to your organization’s success. In this webcast we…

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