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Offense and Being a Jerk (1 Timothy 2:5-7)

“That’s where you’re wrong and you need to read your Bible better.”

Depending on how you read that quote, it’s cruel or it’s kind.  Let me save you some interpretive trouble: it was meant to be dismissive. 794 more words

Bible Study

Of course I'm trustworthy, right?

I have to admit, as a leader it is natural to look outward and try to help other people succeed, or change, or improve, or tackle a sensitive issue. 358 more words

Leadership

Trust: The Force That Drives Results

By Linda Fisher Thornton

When leaders trust and are trustworthy, this brings out their best and fuels a virtuous cycle that brings out the best in others and releases the potential of the organization for great performance.  299 more words

Ethical Leader

How to Build Enthusiasm in a Half-Hearted World

Anything you do without enthusiasm makes you less of who you were meant to be.

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” Ralph Waldo Emerson… 288 more words

Leadership Development

Build Really Strong Teams Using These 5 Uncommonly Powerful Secrets | Inc.com

Your team is extremely powerful and an important tool for getting the most out of the most important resource you have: your human resource.
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Personal Effectiveness