When you think of mediocre, what comes to mind? My first thought is that it’s “just OK.” It’s ordinary, or of moderate quality. It’s neither good nor bad. It’s barely adequate; just run-of-the-mill. If you needed an operation, would you look for surgeon who’s mediocre? The same question applies if you were building your dream […]
By Mike Klockenbrink The hazy days of summer can be a strange thing. It’s a time when kids get out of school, people go on vacation, and some ministries seem to slow down or take the summer off. The office during the week can at times seem like a ghost town. Am I the only […]
This isn’t just about asking for directions or how to read a map. It’s about clear and simple instructions or communication about the path itself.
For many of you this is not a new idea.
Whenever you mention the two little words “review time,” most people start to get nervous.
“Let’s get everyone on the same page.” I’ve heard this so many times that it has become diluted as to what it really means.
The old grey donkey, Eeyore, stood by himself in a thistly corner of the Forest, his front feet well apart, his head on one side, and thought about things.
On the outside, this is who I see.
You need to develop your staff. The staff needs development.