All tagged Leadership Development
I know your life is busy. I know you’re juggling a million and one things while trying to stay on top of your seemingly endless to-do list. Sure you enjoy the hustle (most of the time!) and you also thrive on the challenge. But sometimes you wonder if there was an easier way to get it all done.
Raise your hand if this speaks to you — and then read the suggestions for establishing a mental energy-boosting routine.
For over three years, the Barna team has studied what’s working to form resilient faith among Millennials and Gen Z worldwide (This project surveyed 15,000 respondents in 25 countries.)On September 10 at 1pm ET, those findings in Faith for the Future, a free live webcast event that will help Christian leaders minister effectively to and alongside 18–35-year-olds.
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A mentor taught me that failure isn't final, failure is feedback. It is a chance to gain valuable feedback and make improvements for the future. By learning from the failures that all business leaders face at some point in their careers, you can gain the knowledge and experience you need to pave a path for future success.
Eighty percent of the 1,335 respondents said their boss has a significant weakness that everyone knows and discusses covertly with each other, but not directly with their manager.
Do you believe in the life changing power of camp? Do you love your job and want to push yourself to learn more about being a successful camp administrator? Then the ECCC Leader’s Circle might be for you!
The quest for continual self-improvement is certainly high on the list of the many things which set successful people apart from everybody else. That's why high achievers tend to be readers who get ahead by learning from the wisdom of others. If that's you, here are several titles to consider, according to top executives.
Conference: Rethink Welcome (2018)
Presenter: Amanda Ziebell-Mawanda, Missioner for Mission, Episcopal Church in Minnesota