10 Things Leaders Learn When They Mentor

by Rob Cizek Everywhere you turn someone is encouraging mentoring in leadership. The value to the mentee is obvious. What isn’t so apparent is the value received by the mentor. This week is a milestone for our family. Our daughter just received her driver license. For...

Small Matters

by Michael Bayne We live in a culture where “big” seems to matter the most. People want big important jobs. People love living in neighborhoods with big houses. We love the big city with lots of buzz. We love to talk about our big goals and big plans. If you are in...

Leading People by Building Trust

by Jonathan Cliff I’ve worked for bullies that demanded trust. I’ve worked for weaklings that demanded trust. I’ve worked for very few that legitimately worked to build my trust in them. Trust, like loyalty, is a two way street that oftentimes people are driving three...

5 Signs It’s Time to Move On

by Carey Nieuwhof So you’re frustrated in your job, ministry or organization. In a previous post, I argued that many people leave their jobs for the wrong reasons. In fact, I think many people leave before their critical breakthrough. And I strongly believe that...

Learning from Married People who have Children of Special Needs

by Ted Lowe Four times a year, I have the privilege of sharing at a marriage retreat for an organization called Myles Apart. Myles Apart was started by my dear friends, Tina and Sam Dula, after their son Myles was diagnosed with autism. Each quarter, this marriage...

Leadership Through Problem Solving

by Matt McKee Every person, no matter their job or status or station in life, wants to feel like they are valued and respected. They want to feel like others see them as intelligent and competent. This is a basic human desire, crossing all genders, races, and ages. So...
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