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Correspondence Fueled by Anger: Unsent Letters

Leaders are passionate people and any person in a leadership position is going to face situations in which they will become angry or disheartened. Impossible to avoid, in times of setback, anger, and disappointment it is important to not let your emotions fuel communication. 219 more words

Company Culture

Shared Visioning in Action

I recently started a new job: Policy Director of the Learning Through Technology Team (LTTT) at the Maine Department of Education. It’s essentially the state tech director position, and its largest responsibility is managing the… 795 more words


Handeling Rejection: Avoiding a Detriment to Success

I did not know much about Barbara Corcoran until I was introduced to her thoughts regarding rejection [1]. Corcoran described a person’s handlings of rejection as a major outliner to their overall success. 705 more words


Creating a Shared Vision: Vision Extending Beyond Internal

Creating a shared vision is a critical, if not the most important, contributor to organizational success. It is imperative for an organization to adequately develop and implement a shared vision visible within their framework as well as to outside contributors. 221 more words

Company Culture


I would like to continue some reflections on integrity. It is so much needed today. We need leaders who are willing to become men and women of integrity and show others what good spiritual leadership can be like. 372 more words

Spiritual Leadership

We Have an Opportunity to Change

A group at work started some sessions to establish our vision for the function we perform.  The individuals in the group range from quiet to expressive.  327 more words


How can churches improve race relations?

In a recent article, the Beloved Community is holding a symposium with the intent on improving race relations in the church. Presently, the symposium has created a network of Black and White churches that participate in several events. 1,227 more words