How to Manage your Anger in the Workplace?

How to Manage your Anger in the Workplace?

BY VANESSA ROSE With growing stressors and ever evolving employee needs, it’s a challenging time to be a leader. And while it may be getting more and more challenging to manage, the expectations of leadership remain high. But with growing resources and tools to better...
Ten Tips for Leading Volunteers

Ten Tips for Leading Volunteers

Have clear expectations. Uncertainty and ambiguity are the enemies of all volunteers, recruiters, and teams. Leaders should be clear about what is expected. Help volunteers know what to do and how to do it. Every volunteer needs and deserves training. To succeed, each...
Here’s a thought – Write like Paul!

Here’s a thought – Write like Paul!

Do you get stuck when writing to your ministry partners?  Are you wanting a new format?  Maybe it has been awhile since you wrote, and you are not sure where to start. Here is how the Apostle Paul wrote his letters: OPENING THANKSGIVING BODY CONCLUSION Opening. Since...
Here’s a thought – Write like Paul!

Think // Plan // Do

by Steve Graves I don’t just coach CEOs. I own or co-own some small businesses as well. In a couple of them I am instituting a framework called Think/Plan/Do. I’m convinced that every successful business and organization devotes time and energy to each of these three...
Embracing Team and Performing Alone

Embracing Team and Performing Alone

By Steve Graves In the summer of 2004, America sent its “Dream Team” of the world’s best basketball talent to the Olympics in Athens, Greece, for the much-heralded return of the Olympiad to its motherland. However, the Dream Team proved a poor advertisement for the...
Leadership Bytes

Leadership Bytes

Do you have discipline in your life? For many of us, discipline brings very negative thoughts and memories to our minds. We might even become tense and nervous at the very mention of the word. Or, maybe we become angry but we can’t really put our finger on why we are...