By Tim Spivey “The single most important thing great companies did that good companies didn’t was make superb people decisions.” That was from Jim Collins at the Catalyst West conference last week. Collins is one of my favorite…OK, my favorite, author on leadership from a business perspective. The research his team has done over the [...]
The job will get done better and more consistently if those on the staff like each other.
So, how’s your church budget doing this year? It’s March now, which means it’s also a good time to look at church finances.
In the last post I introduced the subject of mental preparation for ministry and offered three skills of those well prepared mentally for ministry
We focus rightly on spiritual preparation for ministry.
Do you attend your local pastors’ gathering?
One of the best ministry tips I might suggest at this time of year is to watch out for the pitfalls of church “resolutions.”
As I mentioned in my last post, staff reviews are thought by some to be intrinsically miserable and somewhat useless.
It’s staff review time at New Vintage Church. To some, the idea of “reviewing” staff sounds a bit corporate.