Posts Tagged ‘future’

Time Orientation By Mark L. Vincent

Time Orientation – A Steward Leader Reflection Time orientation is one of those surprises that creeps up when groups have decisions to make and find that although they seem to be having the same conversation, they are not. Case in point: An instruction manual needs to be developed for a new consumer/client product. Can’t you just hear…

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One Simple Question By Scott Rodin

A Simple Question in a Complicated Age   Let me start with the one simple question, “Where are you, right now with Christ?” Looking Back This is the final CLA blog for 2020. What can we say about it all? It would be tempting to do a retrospective of the year and try to reflect…

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The Art of Scenario Planning By Dr. David Alexander

Learn to Rehearse the Future with Scenario Planning The board is responsible for the mission, vision and over-arching plans of your organization. Those elected to the board answer a call to be stewards of the ministry’s purpose, health and effectiveness. Board members must seek the Lord’s guidance in all they do, but they must remember,…

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Defining a Future By Janet Stump

Defining a Future that Leads to Flourishing By Janet Stump~ In his classic book, Leadership is an Art, Max DePree, made the oft-quoted statement, “The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality.” And as simple as that might sound, “reality” in a highly pluralistic society is not as easy to define as one…

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Do You Have a Clear Perspective? By Tami Heim

By Tami Heim As a leader, do you have a clear perspective? What weight do you put on the past, the present, and the future? How does your assignment of importance shape the way you see things and the actions that follow? Do you even know? For many… The past provides a foundation for context,…

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