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The #1 Reason People Quit Their Job

Posted Posted by jenny on August 31st, 2014 in Articles     Comments No comments
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Creating a Learning Culture

Posted Posted by jenny on August 21st, 2014 in Articles     Comments No comments
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The learning culture begins with the leader. You are the ceiling in your organization. Learning should never end, especially after a formal degree. Unfortunately, most people stop learning after they graduate. Read more...

Make Others Better

Posted Posted by jenny on August 13th, 2014 in Articles     Comments No comments
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People who make others around them better are highly valued in our world. This person is a rare find. Look at the following characteristics and see if you can take steps to becoming that kind of person.

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Always Late

Posted Posted by jenny on August 3rd, 2014 in Articles     Comments No comments
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Why are some people always punctual and others habitually late? My theory is that the people who are always late, plan it that way.

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Hope Management

Posted Posted by jenny on June 23rd, 2014 in Articles     Comments No comments
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Delegation is something a leader must do to multiply and grow in ministry. There is one task a leader must never delegate, especially in the church—HOPE!

 
The church is in the hope business. In the world today most people are easily deflated, sensitive to defeat and criticism, and de-motivated by setbacks. They look for a leader who has optimism, who radiates a sense that together we can do what needs to be done. When people see this kind of leader, they tend to decide not to waste their energy wondering about “if” but focus their energy going after “how.” Read more...

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