Posts Tagged ‘integrity’

Working for God By Ron Frey

What is different about working for God? I recently read an article in the Wall Street Journal about people who are living a secret life by working remotely at two jobs. (August 14-15, 2021, Page B1) As the article says, “the money can be great, but it comes with a constant fear of getting caught.”…

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The Battle for Integrity By Dan Busby

  Recognize When the Battle for Integrity Begins While far from perfect, King David is one of the first ones we think of when the discussion turns to integrity. Asaph, the royal court composer, said David shepherded them with “the integrity of his heart and guided them by the skillfulness of his hands” (Psalm 78:72,…

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The Winning Combination By Dan Busby

The winning combination for fulfilling kingdom purposes is integrity and skillful hands. By Dan Busby ~ While far from perfect, King David is one of the first ones we think of when the discussion turns to integrity. Asaph, the royal court composer, said David shepherded them with “the integrity of his heart and guided them…

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The Effectiveness of a Humble Leader by Jeremy Kingsley

By Jeremy Kingsley I suspect that the biggest factor, however, is a growing awareness that it works—and that it leaves everyone involved better off than zero-sum business philosophies where the winners end up on top and the losers don’t matter. At its heart, servant leadership is based on the simplest of concepts: Humility – by…

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Tell the Truth…And Live Like Jesus

By Dr. R. Scott Rodin Are you ready to lead in a selfless, sacrificial way? This week I explore, the 5 surefire ways to lose your reputation as a leader…and live like Jesus. Here’s the list: Fail to live up to other’s expectations Tell the truth Don’t defend yourself Defy success Lead by waiting for…

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Not Negotiable

by Rick Dunham I’m constantly amazed at how quickly those in leadership positions are willing to compromise in areas that should not be up for negotiation. A CEO willing to compromise the effectiveness of her organization by accommodating mediocrity A manager willing to compromise the team to placate a malcontent Board members willing to compromise the mission of…

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The Battle for Integrity

by Dan Busby While far from perfect, King David is one of the first ones we think of when the discussion turns to integrity. Asaph, the royal court composer, said David shepherded them with “the integrity of his heart and guided them by the skillfulness of his hands” (Psalm 78:72, KVJ). David led Israel with…

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