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A Year-End Personal Evaluation By Dr. Brian S. Simmons

Learn How to Effectively Complete a Personal Evaluation Now is the best time of the year for personal evaluation. This past year was a BIG one for our family.  We have a new normal!  Seven of our 12 grandchildren live here in Lexington, SC near us!  And, number 13 is on the way!! My wife,…

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Exploring Refreshment By Ed McDowell

Embrace & Experience Generous Refreshment The sweetest refreshment experienced is always associated with generosity.  Stop and think about the times that restored you in your own life, examine the details of what gives it to you and you will find generosity flowing through the experience. The generous will prosper; those who refresh others will themselves…

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Talking Leadership and Opportunity with Dr. Roger Parrott

Outcomes Conference CEO Forum Presenter is Dr. Roger Parrott Dr. Roger Parrott is one of America’s most experienced college presidents. A third-generation college president, he was one of America’s youngest college presidents when first elected at age 34. Today, highly-ranked Belhaven University stands among select Christian colleges and universities with national influence and has been…

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Binding Us Together By Andrea Leigh Capuyan

Binding With the Right Ingredients Shapes the Outcome Binding agents matter in baking cakes and leadership. I have a pound cake recipe in my baking collection that is my ‘go-to,’ ‘tried-and-true’ cake. Through the years, I’ve tried other cake recipes and even doctored up a few box cakes adding my spin. The pound cake remains.…

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Your Most Valuable Quality During Year-End By Shelley Cochrane

Keep the Right Focus at Year-End The year-end giving season is a busy time when development staff works fast and furiously to keep donor processes running smoothly. Rightly, you concentrate on shoring up data entry processes, fixing payment processing issues, updating website pages, and making address changes. These processes are critical. What Matters Most But…

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Consulting and The Informed Choice By Mark L. Vincent

Discover the Power in Process Consulting In recent years the work of Ed Schein began to distinguish between the expertise and knowledge often plied as the trade of consulting, and the more iterative method of bringing curiosity and co-creating the needed work with the Client.  What is now known as the field of Process Consulting…

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Different Perspectives on Time By Alec Hill

Each Generation Views Time Differently Most young adults see the future and time as having a long trajectory. Looking ahead to a seemingly endless time horizon, they prize having novel experiences, meeting new people, and learning new things. Priorities include exploration and achievement. By contrast, those of us who are older tend to live more…

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You Are a Catalyst for Kingdom Outcomes

Outcomes Conference News for You Outcomes are simply the way something turns out or the consequences of actions taken. As Christians, we know we have a place in God’s master plan for redemption and its glorious outcome! As an entire body of believers, we are entrusted with God’s provision to complete every good work the…

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Understanding Post-Traumatic Growth By Alec Hill

The Beautiful Truth About Post-Traumatic Growth   There is a beautiful truth about post-traumatic growth that might be easy for many to miss. A decade after the Vietnam War, a Yale University research team interviewed American pilots who had been prisoners of war. Despite horrific conditions, 61% reported that they had actually benefited from their…

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