Tag Archives: change

Leadership begins at Home

I have often written that leadership is a topic for more than the boardrooms of America. We suffer from a lack of leadership all around, including our churches (my professional workspace), as well as in our homes. My wife gave … Continue reading

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Key #4 of 4 to Survive Change

Frankly, most of us dislike change that’s not our idea or our own initiative. But, change comes to all of us, and it happens all the time. We can’t stop it, control it, or avoid it. We can only manage … Continue reading

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Key #2 of 4 to Survive Change

In my last post I observed that change happens. It happens to all of us, and it happens all the time. We can’t stop it, control it, or avoid it. The best we can do is to manage ourselves through … Continue reading

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Overcoming Resistance to Change

I am  presently preparing for a conference presentation I have this fall.  The subject we will be discussing is Leading Through Transition.  As I prepare I am reviewing my  experience with changes within my organizations, and have realized we all must deal with some … Continue reading

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Who will we be in 2013?

What would you like to be known for by the end of this year?  A good listener?  A caring person? A great leader?  A well read person?  A Godly woman/man?  Think of how you want to be described behind your … Continue reading

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