Contributor, Author at Church Executive


The Amiable Autocrat

Nice dictators exist, at least in the leadership sense. I refer to these types

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Ambushed

Checked my schedule, I’ve got a meeting at 10:00, lunch appointment and emails all afternoon.

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Leading by asking

Leaders do not have all the answers. And if leaders

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That’s what friends are for

So you’ve been working at the church for a few years and doing a great job. Then you

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Social networking at work

One question that I seem to be asked on a regular basis is: Do you allow your staff to use some type of social networking at work?

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From the gut

Do you ever get that feeling in your gut? I’m not talking about gas or hunger pains. I’m talking about that feeling when you know something’s up, but can’t really explain it. Too many times for me

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They don’t know it yet

I remember sitting in the Willow Creek auditorium listening to Bill Hybels talk about the need for more people to leave the workforce and start working for the local church. I thought it was a good message for many of the people sitting around me.

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Volunteer steps

With the recent economic downturn, some churches are closing their doors due to

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‘HIGH NOON’ at Church

Tullian Tchividijian is the grandson of evangelist Billy Graham. There, that’s out

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Silo mindset impedes

Silo thinking; we’ve all seen it in our churches and organizations. Usually a

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