Posts Tagged ‘trust’

Recapturing Trust in Uncertain Times By Wayne Hastings

Uncertain Times Call for Greater Trust Let’s face it; we live in uncertain times. We often don’t know what will happen next. As good as we create plans and strategies, pandemics, new government mandates, and cultural changes (desire to work from home instead of an office; deciding to quit working) can blow them up in…

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Build Greater Organizational Trust – Now By Al Lopus

Trust Makes or Breaks an Organization’s Culture If you do not cultivate the kind of growing trust that produces enjoyment, unity and productivity, then your organization will slowly, steadily weaken from within. The alternative is a clear, logical path for growing a vibrant, grounded kind of organization that is now helping to transform hundreds of…

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Build Your Culture on Trust By Al Lopus

  Three Commitments to Create and Sustain Trust At Best Christian Workplace Institute (BCWI), we have found three commitments outlined in Robert Shaw’s book, Trust in the Balance, Lead with Character In order to earn organizational trust, the leadership needs to fulfill their obligations and commitments. Promises and good intentions are not enough; trust requires…

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A Prayer of Trust and Commitment By Ed McDowell

A Prayer and Commitment to Trust God In God, we trust. Today Christian Leadership Alliance launches the Outcomes Conference Digital Experience 2020. We open this event in prayer and voice our full and complete trust in God.  We are grateful for the beautiful prayer submitted by Ed McDowell. It expresses well the heart and desire…

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5 Things to Do Now in a Crisis By Brian Sanders

5 Things You Must Do Now to Navigate Crisis When crisis comes, you will need to determine what you will do now! That is the call of a leader. Our Current Crisis Stop. Pause tape. We know there’s a battle happening across the world. Bullets aren’t flying around, but a virus is. You can’t escape…

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What Do You Trust? By Dr. Gary Hoag

What you trust determines how you handle challenging times. Trust can be an anchor in the storm. As the financial status of the world appears to be vulnerable, you’ve probably been tempted to get stressed out and worry about your personal or ministry finances. I know I have! I feel this pressure from our culture,…

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Trust and Funding By Randy Brewer

Securing Trust and Funding in a Secular World As a fellow leader of a faith-first organization, I understand and feel the challenges that you are facing every day. The secular world is becoming more antagonistic to your mission. And even the faith-based communities can be somewhat fractured in their values and response to Christian outreach.…

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An Acts 10 Moment With Danielle Strickland

An Acts 10 Moment: Peter’s Born Again, Again Experience In this episode from The Outcomes Conference 2018, Danielle Strickland gives fresh focus to the tenth chapter of Acts. She takes us back to the time when Peter is on the rooftop and receives a vision from God that comes with peculiar directions. What Peter receives…

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The Urgency of Trust By Dee Ann Turner

The Urgency and Power of Trust In today’s uncertain climate, we see the level of trust people have in leaders of the business and political world declining rapidly.  The Edelman Trust Barometer for 2018 says, “People’s trust in business, government, NGOs and media remained largely unchanged from 2017 — 20 of 28 markets surveyed now…

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A Steward of Trust By Mark L. Vincent

How does a steward leader foster trust? Because I am often engaged in preparing people for their life as an executive, I get to correspond and converse with their reflections and trust is a common theme.  Here is one response to someone from one of my classes for Christian Leadership Alliance a few years ago,…

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