Tag Archives: Culture

Who are you developing?

For 14 years I served as a Resource Minister for our denomination. That entailed me directly working with 133 churches in my area. I tried to provide whatever assistance they requested. A common complain I often heard was the lack … Continue reading

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Rising to expectations

One of the most important leadership truths I’ve learned in life is that people often rise to the expectations their leaders have of them. Most people are capable of doing more than they realize, and they only need someone to … Continue reading

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Growing others

Zig Ziglar said that the only worse than training people and losing them was not training them and keeping them. I have shared this quote in many of the conferences I’ve led for leaders. I am committed to lifelong learning, … Continue reading

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Details are Important

Today we start setting up for our auction tomorrow. My grandson, Tyler, and I will begin around 8:00 hauling items to the auction site and spend the entire day hauling items and setting them out for display. We normally work … Continue reading

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Who do you attract to your organization?

One of the things that determine the growth of any organization is the people it attracts. This is true whether the organization is a business, a church, a civic organization, or some other group. One of the major factors that … Continue reading

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The microphone is always on

In every election cycle there is at least one embarrassing moment when a politician says something not realizing that the microphone is on. Their handlers usually respond later that their candidate “misspoke” and really didn’t mean what was said. That … Continue reading

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It all depends on leadership

“Everything rises and falls on leadership.” I first heard those words from John Maxwell in a conference where he was speaking on his new book The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership: Follow Them and People Will Follow You (10th Anniversary … Continue reading

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