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Aug

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Christian Leadership: Principles from Jeremiah 17:10 (part 2)

Jeremiah 17:10. God tests minds. Read it HERE. (NKJV, NIV)  Hear it read here: NKJV or NIV. Introduction. Through the oft-called weeping prophet Jeremiah, God warned Judah that everything in the covenant of the twelve tribes of Israel also applied to them. They were indeed special because they were the tribe(s) from which the Messiah would emerge as ruler and […]

11
May

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A Framework for Stress

A Framework for Stress Stress has been linked to health deterioration, lowered workplace productivity and profit, relationship and team discord, psychological problems, and negative risk behaviors. The American Institute of Stress reports that 3 out of 4 doctor’s visits are stress related! Stress Dragons. Stress dragons are acute stress situations, good or bad, which by […]

06
Mar

2

Four Reasons Coaching Works and How to Avoid the Wrong Coaches

In the previous article, we saw the well-researched results of how effective coaching is to sustain behavioral changes when developing people in your organization.  Let’s look at how it works. Professional certified coaching works because it is: Data-driven for behavioral bench-marking.  Despite anecdotal online assertions, level-B coaching assessment tools are not like magazine quizzes, definitive […]

06
Feb

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The Most Effective Proven Way to Develop People in Your Nonprofit

While mostly people manage their various crises that leak into both home and work life, it is inevitable that all of us get stuck eventually.  Individuals can desperately grasp at any development tool or self-help strategy in front of them to help them climb out of that discomfort.  But inevitably, many will tend to fall […]

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