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  • Pride

    Staff Development Essentials Issue 09 The one word that could save your team from politics, posturing, and your next big mistake. Every time you look in the mirror, you’re blind...

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  • Engagement

    Staff Development Essentials Issue 08 When's the last time...⏰ you funneled feedback UP the org chart? Most managers set aside time for an annual review of each employee. But how...

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  • Success

    Staff Development Essentials Issue 07 Are you defining success unsuccessfully? The one mistake most of us make. Success as an organization or staff team is pretty easy to define. You...

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  • Choosing to Cheat

    Staff Development Essentials Issue 06 Who and how we choose to cheat and why our families are grateful. More than 20 years ago, Andy faced what he says was “the...

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  • When Work & Family Collide

    Video Session Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ. —Ephesians 5:21 Husbands, love your wives just as Christ loved the church and gave himself up for her ....

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  • Three Secrets to Volunteer Recruitment

    Some of our volunteer roles aren’t always fun: parking team volunteers brave the rain, heat, and grumpy drivers; production team volunteers arrive before sunrise for sound check; family ministry volunteers...

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  • How's Your Heart

    Staff Development Essentials Issue 05 Here's an unexpected leadership question you should be asking. This question doesn’t usually show up in leadership books. In fact, the last place you heard...

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  • Conflict

    Staff Development Essentials Issue 04 Two words that will make you a pro at conflict. And they work whether you enjoy or avoid conflict. In the first message of his...

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  • One Critical Habit for Engaging the Unchurched

    One Critical Habit for Engaging the Unchurched There’s ONE thing at the center of the target for us whenever we’re engaging with unchurched folks. We’re aiming for a conversation, not...

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