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Asking "What Would Jesus Do?" Can Change How You Lead

Asking "What Would Jesus Do?" Can Change How You Lead

What Would Jesus Do? Think about this from a leadership stand-point. Even non-Jesus followers would be hard pressed to find another leader so effective that in only three years of ministry His work would forever redefine religion. Is there anything we can learn about this leader and the work He did to so effectively create lasting change?Read more »
3 Ways to Better Define Your Success as a Ministry Leader

3 Ways to Better Define Your Success as a Ministry Leader

Success. When I started out my professional life, success was everything to me. I chased it. I achieved it. I wanted more and more and more of it. And the more I achieved, the less satisfied I became, always looking for my next move—and always feeling that I wasn’t there yet. This one destination, success, it drove me. It was highly motivating—and costly.Read more »
7 Ways Your Leadership Can Build a Strong Team

7 Ways Your Leadership Can Build a Strong Team

For some people the idea of “Building a Great Team” sounds exciting—it may even feel very natural. For others it’s the worst thing they could imagine. Maybe you have experienced it? Being part of a team can be awesome, especially if everyone is sold out to the mission and taking ownership of their part. However, if you have lived long enough, you also know that it can be really hard. Some people would prefer to never rely on anyone else to get their job done. Working ...Read more »
Not Enough Money in the Budget to Hire Top Ministry Talent?

Not Enough Money in the Budget to Hire Top Ministry Talent?

Before Hiring the Top Talent Sometimes we get short sighted, and start asking questions at the moment we need them answered. Conversations about hiring the top talent and the best bet for the future should happen before you are ready to hire. Here are four questions you can use to help: Are we building great leaders? Are our current ministry staff members growing, developing and becoming better because we lead them well? Are we creating an atmosphere in which others get to use t ...Read more »
Why Do You Do What You Do?

Why Do You Do What You Do?

Do you ever go to work in the morning and feel…like you’re going to work? Remember when you first took this job, or first started your organization? Do you remember your excitement, your hopefulness, your inspiration? Sometimes I forget to remember the yesterday that started this whole thing. Sometimes I live so intensely in the today that nothing else seems as important as getting to the tomorrow that I continually talk about, but that never seems any closer. Your “Why ...Read more »
What Golf Taught Me About Making Training Count: Part 2

What Golf Taught Me About Making Training Count: Part 2

In my last blog, we began a conversation about trainings. I used my golf game to show that trainings are good, but they don’t encompass the whole solution. Today I want to continue the discussion and together I believe we can find a way to make trainings count. Principle #2: When Strength Meets Potential, Magic Happens I recently bought this great new golf club. Several sources told me that this club would add significant yards to my drive. However, when I took the new club and put my ol ...Read more »
What Golf Taught Me About Making Training Count: Part 1

What Golf Taught Me About Making Training Count: Part 1

Studies show a big percentage of money spent on training impacts work performance little to none. Yet, bringing in a consultant to train our teams with comprehensive sessions designed to help us increase performance sounds like a logical approach to get everyone on the same page. So, why is it that our trainings so often fail? Is it possible that training is not the wrong idea, but also not the whole solution? Can we change the way we commit to trainings and make them count for more? Amped Up Go ...Read more »
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Randy Bronkema
Advocace Senior Consultant

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