Seven Traits of a Successful Employee

by Thom S. Rainer It was not one of those days that I expected. Indeed, my schedule included several items that I have done more than once in my eight years at LifeWay. One of those was our “Pursuit of Excellence” chapel, where we recognize several outstanding...

Leadership = Making Adjustments

by Michael Bayne The strategist makes a plan but leaders make adjustments. I spend every Saturday watching the Tennessee Volunteers. I have been watching the Vols since I was in 7th grade so I am pretty passionate about the team and I am fascinated by many...

Before the Interview

by David Lyons What can you do in order to make the best hiring decisions? How do you ensure that you recruit the right person to fill an important role in your church? Remember, hiring right is far better than hiring fast or hiring wrong. One important aspect of the...

Replacing the Great Leader

by Jonathan Cliff We work with some amazing leaders, all of us do. There are dynamic all-stars all around us. They create safe places for kids and students to grow up. They give of their time, willingly by the way. They lean into our kids on the issues that matter....

Don't Fear Judgment

by Matt McKee In my life, I have plenty of experience with setting myself up for judgment. I used to audition for plays; I put my application in for jobs that I wasn’t really qualified for; I often speak in front of large audiences; and a while back, I even auditioned...

Don’t Fear Judgment

by Matt McKee In my life, I have plenty of experience with setting myself up for judgment. I used to audition for plays; I put my application in for jobs that I wasn’t really qualified for; I often speak in front of large audiences; and a while back, I even auditioned...
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