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The Speed of Change

     I love to tell the story of the 100-year-old man who was celebrating his centennial birthday. Someone stated, “Over 100 years, I am sure you have seen a lot of...

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[Podcast] Building a Global Community: A Conversation with Jemima Varughese

In this episode, we talk with Pastor Jemima Varughese about her leadership role, her journey as a pastor, and how female leaders especially can maximize their potential during this season.

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Inside Out

     For many years, I was the primary leader of a successful organization. Until I hit a plateau. It took me 20 years to reach a pinnacle of my dreams-come-true and then...

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A False Sense of Abundance

     Jesus says in John 10:10, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” These two roles are...

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[Podcast] Lessons Learned from the COVID Crisis: A Conversation with Courtney McBath

In this episode, we join Bishop Courtney McBath as he shares about his latest book, 4C Leadership: Lessons Learned from the COVID Crisis. During this season, it’s essential for leaders in...

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Six Principles Worth Remembering at Work

     While working on a media project with a client recently, our strategist Dawn Nicole Baldwin dropped a few random but timely tips on their communications director....

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Maintaining Your Company’s Culture: Why The “Middle” Plays an Essential Role

     I talk and write a lot about the importance of culture, and how it’s formed. Today, I want to talk about maintaining culture, which is something leaders seldom give...

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Feel Free to Say No

josh denhart leadership Jul 20, 2020

     In ministry, I want to make sure that my personal powers of persuasion are not leveraged as manipulation. People need to listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit, not my...

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This is the Age of the Nimble

phil cooke Jul 16, 2020

     Bureaucracy is dead, and this is the age of “nimble.” Trust me on this – if your organization has silos, turf battles, or is overwhelmed by policy...

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More Than Just Survival

     Ever since this current season of crisis started, I’ve seen churches respond by transitioning from doing church a certain way to simply producing an online version of the...

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