Category: Staffing

leadership is not lonely

Real Leadership is Not Lonely

Some say that leadership is lonely. But I have found the opposite to be true. Real leaders are seldom alone and need not be lonely. Real leaders are always developing people around them. They are surrounded by people that they

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Why only one-third of your hires are going to work

Only one-third of your new hires are even going to work out. This sobering statistic should cause us to exercise caution in all of our hiring decisions. Peter Drucker says “Executives make poor promotion and staffing decisions. By all accounts,

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The Only People That Should Be On Your Team

Church staff teams are often like cities that have sprung up in the desert with no planning. Many churches are carrying people on their church staff teams that they would not hire again today.  But who should you add to

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How to Lead a Team of Leaders

How to Lead A Team of Other Leaders

Many of you lead a team of other leaders. You lead managers, director level staff, campus pastors, or volunteer leaders (who are leading other people.) I continually work with people who lead a team of leaders and are wrestling with

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Team Meetings

Staff Team Meetings – A Better Strategy

Are you looking for a better strategy and plan for staff team meetings? Imagine being a part of an organization and a team where your meetings are helpful, engaging, efficient, and productive. Perhaps you have never even seen a meeting

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