Posts Tagged ‘Exectuive Leadership’

In A Time Such As This by Steve Douglass

By Steve Douglass I became involved full-time in Christian work in 1969. In the next several years I learned what God was doing not just through our ministry but others as well. It was good then, but it was much less than what God is doing today. Consider some amazing facts: The church in China…

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The Humble Leader's Legacy by Jonathan Pitts

By Jonathan Pitts Everything I’ve learned about leadership I’ve learned from people. Don’t get me wrong. I love reading books, listening to podcasts and going to seminars, but God has hard-wired me to respond to people. I guess it began with my father. Years before I was born, my father latched onto the good news…

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Your Leadership Gift

Your leadership gift to the world is multiplied when you give freely what has been given to you. With Christian Leadership Alliance’s new mentoring network you can profoundly impact the life and trajectory of another Christian leader. CLA’s mission is to equip and unite leaders who will transform the world for Christ. This new learning…

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Turning Disappointment into Opportunity

Things have ‘hatched’ badly here this spring. There are seasons when things go wrong; and they just have to be lived through; like the old inscription, ‘Good times and bad times; all times get over.’ —Beatrix Potter Pharaoh said to Joseph, I have dreamed a dream, and there is no one who can interpret it;…

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An Interview with Rich Stearns

CLA President and CEO Tami Heim, interviewed Rich Stearns, president and CEO of World Vision, U.S. Driven by his passion to raise awareness and support for poverty and justice issues, Stearns authored The Hole in Our Gospel (Thomas Nelson, 2010), Unfinished (Thomas Nelson, 2013), and a new 90-day devotional book co-authored with his wife Renee’ — He Walks Among Us (Thomas Nelson,…

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3 Critical Components of Leadership Development

By Dr. Kent R. Wilson There is no absence of opportunities today for nonprofit leaders to find resources to help them in their leadership development. There are seminars, workshops, conferences to attend, books to read, mentors to meet with, and groups to join. But are some forms of leader development more effective than others? A…

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Moving Mountains: Barriers for Christian Women Leaders

By Dr. Halee Scott Amy was a vice-president for a Christian non-profit in Los Angeles. She had been with the company for several years—it was the first place she applied after college. Amy started as an administrative assistant for the president, but senior leaders quickly realized she had a knack for business and a mind…

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Is Great the Enemy of Godly?

By Mike Bonem “Good is the enemy of great,” according to Jim Collins in the well-known opening line of Good to Great. Collins’s best-selling book has been a favorite guide for business leaders and has been equally influential for many leaders outside of business, including those in the church. I am one of those leaders who…

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