Posts Tagged ‘Faithsearch Partners’

Knowing and Nurturing Next Generation Leaders By Zándra Bishop

What investment are you making now in the next generation? Do you know the next generation of leaders within your organization? This critical question allows you to proactively maintain strategic conversations that identify, develop, and empower the next generation of leaders with confidence. As this difficult but necessary transition occurs over time, it is the…

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Christian Compassion and Mental Health By Zándra Bishop

Create a Culture where Compassion Covers Mental Health Why is the topic of mental health so taboo, especially after decades of recognition? Throughout the pandemic and into 2022, mental wellness has become increasingly important because of long periods of emotional, physiological, and physical isolation. The silence was broken and a topic that was previously in…

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The ABC of Retention in the Great Resignation By David Waters

Staff Retention is Possible When You Stick to the A-B-C  Plan By now, most people are aware of the phrase “The Great Resignation” and its impact on staff retention.  According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more Americans left their jobs during April, July, August, and September of 2021 than any other months prior. From…

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The Wisdom of Solomon By Zándra Bishop

The Wisdom of Solomon: Successful Business with a Lion Heart Effective business leaders take heed to the wisdom God gifted Solomon. The question is, “Are you building a workplace environment filled with wise leadership?” We should all strive to follow the valuable examples Solomon has provided for us to become productive stewards of God, from…

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A Mindset Change Back to Normal By Dave Waters

It Will Take a Mindset Change to Find Growth and Normal Again! Organizational growth requires a mindset change. After two years of Covid, many question whether things will ever get back to normal and whether growth is even possible again. The short answer to this question is “yes, growth is possible.” I want to share…

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Curiosity As A Superpower By Zándra Bishop

Is curiosity your superpower? IThe expression “Curiosity killed the cat,” is contrary to the ideology of human behavior and survival. I have been inquisitive and my entire life. I have always had the desire to know how things operate. Some encouraged me while others were discouraging. However, when building meaningful relationships, especially within organizations, people…

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Preserving Culture By Jeff Jernigan

Preserving Culture in Faith-Based Organizations By Jeff Jernigan ~ A culture is only as good as its leadership. Programs, mission integration, and other methods of establishing and growing a distinct culture are important, but only if the desired traits for the organization are being demonstrated on a day-to-day basis by people in leadership roles. A…

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Discerning a Reference By Ed Fry

Discerning a reference can be a two-edged sword. By Ed Fry ~ Reference checking is a common component of most search processes. It is often one of the final steps taken before a candidate is selected for a position and as such, there is a tendency to treat this function as a formality. Through years…

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