Posts Tagged ‘Christian Leadeship Alliance’

Eight Ways to Build a Champion By Zándra Bishop

Never Estimate the Heart of a Champion When you think of a “Champion,” do you envision yourself? Others? Or your employer? Many times, we think of others rather than ourselves. Within the last couple of decades, there have been significant changes in the business world, society, and our personal daily lives. We have all grown…

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A Response to Today’s Culture By Dr. Brian S. Simmons

A Steward Leader’s Biblical Response to Today’s Culture What are leaders who embrace a biblical worldview to do in response to the secular values so prevalent in today’s culture?  First and foremost, lead like Jesus led! Scripture teaches us that Jesus Christ is in very nature God, yet He took the form of a servant,…

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Attention All Attorneys and Accountants By Gary G. Hoag

Attorneys and Accountants – Here’s A Word for You This post is for all controllers and bookkeepers, legal advisors and auditors, CFOs and counselors, treasurers and secretaries who serve with churches and ministries in paid and non-paid roles. Your technical work matters! It shapes the future of the churches and ministries you serve and contributes…

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Anchoring Questions By Mark Stevenson and Lindsay Olesberg

ANCHORING QUESTIONS FOR YOUR BOARD AND TEAM In our experience walking alongside executive and board leaders during crucial transitions, the difference depends on the anchoring questions driving the conversation. This has been especially true over the last few months of our work. Periods of intensified strain burden leaders and organizations, but can also become fertile…

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The Proactive Path By Paul Swamidass

The Proactive Path to a Goal There is a proactive path that will glorify God and we see a vivid example in scripture. And behold, some men were bringing on a bed a man who was paralyzed, and they were seeking to bring him in [to the house] and lay him before Jesus, but finding…

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A Digital Experience in Such A Time as This

The Outcomes Conference Digital Experience is almost HERE!  The Outcomes Conference Digital Experience 2020  is a learning experience for such a time as this.  We know that as leaders in this unprecedented time, you are no longer managing change, but you are in the midst of leading organizational transformation. This event was designed to help you…

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It’s Time to Cut Through the Noise By Pam Marmon

How to Cut Through the Noise and Communicate! In today’s busy world, it can be difficult for leaders to cut through the noise and make an emotional, profound impact on an audience. People see a near-endless stream of ads, messages, and media every day, and it tends to all blend together in a blur of…

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Small Behaviors or Sensational Outcomes By Ginger Hill

Will you embrace small behaviors or orchestrate sensational outcomes?  When it comes to our health improvement efforts, we often put our focus on outcomes instead of behaviors. Fall is approaching and it is a time when many of us make new health improvement commitments.  What will be your focus? What is the number on my…

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Next Generation Impact by Peter Low

To the Next Generation of Kingdom Builders Next generation, when you were young, you dreamed of the impact that you would have. The battles you would overcome, the triumphs to be celebrated, the inspiration you would provide. The legacy you would leave. You were fueled with the deep-down knowledge, that you (specifically you), had a…

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Integrating Faith and Work By Dr. Amy L. Sherman

What does it mean to integrate our faith and work? First, we need to focus on the kind of employees we ought to be: ethical workers, kind workers, hard workers, excellent workers, Gospel-sharing workers. This is the most common answer usually given to this question, and it rightly focuses us on personal character. Each day…

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