Posts Tagged ‘People Managment and Care’

Your Team Isn’t Listening to You By Pam Marmon

5 Reasons Your Team Members Aren’t Listening to Your Ideas We can learn a lot about listening from God’s Word. In the Bible parable of the sower, Jesus describes a hardworking farmer who sows seeds in the land. Some seeds fall on fertile soil, while others fall in thorny land on the side of the…

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Take the Compensation Survey 2019!

Keep Pace with Your Employee’s Compensation! Christian Leadership Alliance and Compensation Resources, Inc. are pleased to open participation in the 2019 Compensation Survey Report for Christian Organizations.  This annual survey is designed to capture compensation and related data for a variety of leadership and staff positions within Christian organizations. We invite all Christian nonprofit organizations to take part in…

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Register for the Spring Term: Outcomes Academy Online

Spring Term: Outcomes Academy Online Registration is OPEN! Outcomes Academy Online Spring Term registration is open now through April 1, 2019 Modules start April 8, 2019 The Outcomes Academy Spring Term offers in-depth leadership training for those who want to go deeper in their operational knowledge. These interactive and innovative 10-hour modules are developed by…

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Encouragement For Those Who Labor

One Solitary Life He was born in an obscure village The child of a peasant woman He grew up in another obscure village Where he worked in a carpenter shop Until he was thirty when public opinion turned against him He never wrote a book He never held an office He never went to college…

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How Well Are You Stewarding You? By Dr. John Franks

The Importance of Stewarding You I have been working with nonprofit ministries for 35 years.  In the past 4-5 years I have done more soul searching and self-examination than the previous 30 years combined. I guess we get that way as we get older.  But in addition to age I had to ask myself- am…

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Good to Great: Harnessing the Power of Diversity and Team-building

  Dr. Halee Scott The world’s oldest story is a story of leadership. The Epic of Gilgamesh, written in 18th century B.C., recounts the leadership journey of Gilgamesh from a corrupt leader to a leader who better governed his people. From the beginning, it seems that humankind has been concerned with bad leaders, good leaders,…

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Moving Mountains: Barriers for Christian Women Leaders

By Dr. Halee Scott Amy was a vice-president for a Christian non-profit in Los Angeles. She had been with the company for several years—it was the first place she applied after college. Amy started as an administrative assistant for the president, but senior leaders quickly realized she had a knack for business and a mind…

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