Posts Tagged ‘Christian Leadership Allaince’

BEYOND DIGITAL ENGAGEMENT BY AMY SEWELL

Pushing Beyond Digital Engagement to the Point of Return! When  I started in the nonprofit sector I was leading the digital team for an organization communicating with approximately one million people on social media. Their followers were passionate and engaged—regularly commenting, sharing, and liking—and our following was growing by leaps and bounds. MISSING CONVERSION When…

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The Power of Modeling By Mark L. Vincent

  The model you show is your base of power. It brings and holds power more than what you know or who you know. Over and over education experts tell us that lecturing is the worst kind of teaching model and that modeling behavior is best–especially if one wishes their leadership to be respected and…

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Stewards Reject Pride By Howard Rich

The Danger of Pride in Leadership is Real Pride and a need to control presents itself at an early age in our lives. As children, we likely played a game called follow-the-leader, where the leader does things that the rest of the group must mimic.  The main objective is to trip up those following the…

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10 Mistakes Ministry Leaders Make By Mike Loomis

10 Mistakes Ministry Leaders Make with Their Books Books can make, break, or elevate a brand  depending on the amount of mistakes that are made along the way. For a ministry leader, a book is the ultimate business card and a creative way to expand your voice. Since I already know you want to publish a…

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Getting Out of the Maze

By Scott Rodin Jesus proclaimed that He is ‘the way, the truth and the life.” If that is right (and it is), then why do we sometimes feel like we have lost our way? In our careers in leadership we will find ourselves from time to time feeling like we are just muddling through rather…

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Christian Generosity Step #1: Trust God

by Gary G. Hoag, Ph.D. As the financial world seems to be collapsing all around us, you’ve probably been tempted to get stressed out and worry about your personal or ministry finances. I know I have! I feel this pressure from our culture, and it feels like the weight of the world on my shoulders.…

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7 Tips for Improving Donor Stewardship

 By Andrew Olsen When I think about the word stewardship, I think of the responsibility of taking care of something that belongs to someone else. The responsibility of taking care of something that belongs to someone else.  Think about that for a minute.  How does this definition impact the way you think about donors’ gifts?  Will…

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