Posts Tagged ‘Next Generation’

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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Influence and Being Known By Dr. Halee Gray Scott

The Influence of Future Generations and The Need to Be Known The influence of the Protestant church in America – even in the Southern states, the so-called Bible belt – is waning. Churches across the country are closing their doors, dying, or are being “adopted” by nearby larger churches. Parachurches, too, are struggling to ascertain…

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Mentoring Next Generation Leaders by Dr. Tim Elmore

There is an art to mentoring next generation leaders. I just got off the phone with a business friend who was sharing about next generation leaders. He and I chuckled over an interview he’d just conducted with a recent college graduate. The candidate was a bright and overconfident female who told him in the midst…

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Next Generation of Faithful Supporters By Lauren Crawford

Share your passion: bringing up the next generation of faithful supporters This past summer, I was fortunate enough to acquire tickets to the PGA Championship in Charlotte. My husband and I made plans to go for the day and our 4-year-old son would spend the day with his grandparents. While our son was having a…

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Passing the Mantle By Lee Ellis

Passing the Mantle:  Why is Developing Your Next Generation Leaders so Critical? By Lee Ellis ~ With summer in full swing, this is a natural time to reflect on this year’s accomplishments and how we as leaders can continue to grow our teams and organizations into the fall season. So, let’s pause to think how…

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Passing the Baton by Wess Stafford

By Wess Stafford ~ I can’t wait for next year’s Summer Olympic Games in Brazil. I love track and field events, especially the exciting relay races — often won or lost in the split seconds of passing the baton from one runner to the next. Do it with excellence and the whole team prospers. Fumble…

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Our Offer to the Next Generation By Andrea Buczynski

By Andrea Buczynski Every leader has something to offer the next generation. Two different colleagues come to mind, neither of who would say they develop others. One, a superior vision caster and networker, put his thoughts together on casting vision in a short video. He then created an example and challenged the audience to evaluate him…

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More Ways to Mobilize the Millennials by David Kinnaman

By David Kinnaman Born between 1984 and 2002, Millennials, while part of our broader North American culture, also share within their generational cohort a unique set of values, assumptions and allegiances that are different from and, in many ways, profoundly disruptive to existing worldviews. This has had — and will continue to have — significant…

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Mobilizing the Next Generation by David Kinnaman

By David Kinnaman Every organization has a worldview. In part, such worldviews consist of assumptions that are self-?evidently true to those working for the enterprise. They are ?so much a part of us that we don’t have to think about them; ?in fact, we don’t think about them, which is why we call ?them assumptions!…

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A Force Most Non-profit Leaders Can No Longer Ignore

The Millennials by Atul Tandon Most Millennials may not have a lifetime of earnings to start a foundation or simply give away. But many of them engage with non-profits, and likely will have the potential to be loyal donors in years ahead. Last year, TIME magazine called Millennials the “Me, Me, Me” generation, but numbers…

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