Archive for January, 2012

 
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Jan
19

The Problem Solving Arsonist

People will follow leaders who stay steady in the turbulence and work with them to create new answers, new plans, and a new future. Whatever you do, don’t slip into […]

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Posted on: January 19, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
Jan
17

Calming Chaos

The world we live in is chaotic. A great leader learns how to leverage chaos into creativity, to bring a sense of tranquility to a crazy world. Dealing with new […]

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Posted on: January 17, 2012 in Featured, Leadership
Jan
10

Developing a Child’s Heart for Worship

From the time our kids were little, we encouraged them to worship and praise God. Our son, Zachary, has played in several praise bands over the years and the tradition […]

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Posted on: January 10, 2012 in Family, Featured
Jan
05

Resolve to Read the Bible—How Do I Get Started?

My last post talked about Bible translations. In this post, let’s look at the second most asked question when someone wants to read the Bible more—How do I get started? […]

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Posted on: January 5, 2012 in Featured, Inspirational
Jan
03

Resolve to Read the Bible—Which Translation Should I Choose?

This is the time of year when people typically set goals for the new year. One goal people often set is to read the Bible more, or try and read […]

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Posted on: January 3, 2012 in Featured, Inspirational
Dec
30

Helping Creative People Create

Egalitarianism, the belief that all people are equal, is a fundamental value among Americans. While it’s appropriate in politics and society, it is artificial and awkward in leadership. People differ […]

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Posted on: December 30, 2011 in Featured, Leadership
Dec
21

3 Ways to Reward Your Employees

We attended our grandson’s (he’s four) pre-school Christmas play. After the class sang the first song there was silence and one little boy said, “Miss Michele, shouldn’t people be clapping?” […]

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Posted on: December 21, 2011 in Featured, Leadership
Dec
15

4 Ways to End Employee Turnover

Many retail stores’ employees are always in flux. One chain’s, which I can’t name, average employee lasts just six months on the job. How can a retailer serve customers when […]

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Posted on: December 15, 2011 in Featured, Publishing
Dec
13

Leadership Lesson from a King

David’s integrity before God was his strongest weapon during those years of persecution from Saul. He reflects on that time in Psalm 18: But the Lord was my support. He […]

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Posted on: December 13, 2011 in Featured, Inspirational
Dec
06

How Leaders Can Learn From Failure

In my last post I talked about failure and asked the question, “Why is it that with all that is written about the benefit of failure so many leaders struggle […]

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Posted on: December 6, 2011 in Featured, Leadership
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