What's your definition of culture?

Here is a way to answer that question, and the reason why that answer is key to your organization.


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Do you have a “no-man” on your team?

Can you pinpoint the tactical leader on your team? Dr. Bob Whitesel discusses how this type of leader results in a more balanced team.
June 18, 2017   Bob Whitesel

Finding the right leaders

Hiring can be a daunting task. How will you take your team to the next level?
June 12, 2017   Fred Noble

Learning the art of the staff meeting

How would you define the purpose of your staff meetings or one-on-one meetings?
June 01, 2017   Jim Barber

4 reasons to talk about leadership transitions

Leadership transitions are a big deal for a church.
May 15, 2017   Mike Bonem

Does your ministry staff look like a T-ball team?

What is your ministry team running after? What’s your primary objective?
May 10, 2017  

When is a pastor like the new sheriff in town?

Three more analogies for understanding the role of a strategic interim pastor.
April 28, 2017   Brian Thorstad

Thinking and acting strategically

If you ask a second chair leader what he or she “does,” you may hear a long list of tasks. But what if you ask about their greatest contribution to the organization?
April 24, 2017   Mike Bonem

When is a pastor like Nanny McPhee?

Here are three analogies I use to help people understand the new varieties of transitional (or interim) pastoral ministry.
April 15, 2017   Brian Thorstad

10 ways to be a better supervisor

Are you struggling with a challenging employee? Are you looking for a new employee?
April 06, 2017   Margaret Marcuson

Hiring the right people who will stay

How do churches maximize the opportunity with those they hire?
April 02, 2017  

3 analogies for understanding redevelopment transitional pastors

I’ve found that the following analogies are helpful for understanding the new paradigms in transitional (interim) pastoral ministry.
April 01, 2017   Brian Thorstad

Who should be involved in ministry decisions?

Hesitant to involve your staff and volunteers in decisions? You may want to rethink that position.
March 27, 2017  

Great endeavors require strong foundations

Is disciple-making a struggle? What are you building on?
March 13, 2017   Rob Streetman

Gauging your church’s culture

Here's the first step to take your church into the future.
March 06, 2017  
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