How to Cast an Inspiring Vision *culture priorities progress

At the core of leadership, is the power of vision. And in my estimation, that’s the most potent offensive weapon in the leader’s arsenal.

Solomon said, "We're there is no vision, people...

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2 Drivers of Healthy (or Unhealthy) Culture *culture

You've heard the circular argument about the "chicken or the egg" and which came first. So, let's talk about something that matters to your organization.

Which comes first-- culture or...

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Three Keys to a Compelling Culture *culture

Rock climbing is a fascinating, intricate sport.

Proper holds, grip strength and a strong core determine your success. Most of these details are under the control of the climber.

As odd as it...

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Men Without Chests and a Lack of Courage *culture

C.S. Lewis’ Abolition of Man can be a daunting read but it is worth every turn of the page. In it, Lewis highlights a sobering concept, “men without chests."

A man without a chest is a...

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5-Step System To Create More Leaders In Your Church (coach) jeremy isaacs *culture *systems

God loves to use previous generations of leaders to raise up the next generation of leaders, and when the church is at her best, we’re really good at it.

You probably learned how to...

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4 Questions I Ask My Team On A Regular Basis (coach) jeremy isaacs *culture *team people

In a survey reported in Forbes magazine, staff members and subordinates were asked what they wished their boss would do better.

The number one answer by far: “Communicate with...

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3 Reasons Churches and Organizations Stop Growing *culture *systems *team

At CourageousPastors.com we teach our Gears of Growth Framework as THE primary tool to help leaders find the problem areas (and potential places) in their organization. Both are important.

Many...

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Back to the Basics (Live at the Lyric) *culture *systems *team blog video

It's easy to get stuck in the "land in between," that space where you're not where you once were, but yet you're not where you want to be, either.

A lot of leaders find themselves there. In fact,...

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