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DIRECT REPORTS & The Breaking Point is 10-12 Direct Reports

by Lighthouse: A Blog About Leadership & Management, 7/4/15.

The breaking point: 10-12 direct reports

We’ve had managers of all levels of experience and team size use Lighthouse to help them manage and motivate their teams and the common pattern we’ve seen is managers struggle most with more than 10-12 reports. 193 more words

Teamwork

TEAMWORK & the rapid complexity that arises when your team or small group exceeds 10 people.

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel: “This image from StackOverflow shows the rapid complexity that arises when your team or small group exceeds 10 people.”

Teamwork

TEAMWORK & Keys to Developing Leaders When Your Team Grows Too Big

by Lighthouse: A Blog About Leadership & Management, 7/4/15.

…As your team grows, it becomes geometrically more complex to manage your team. As this image from StackOverflow… 358 more words

Teamwork

The art of growing stronger

Many of us, including me, beat ourselves up for not being farther along in our life journey. But I want to take a moment to honor you all for your resilience. 81 more words

Small Groups and the Body of Christ

Small groups are a vital part of the ministry in the church. The uncommon community that develops within the church through small groups is amazing. Imagine people coming together from different walks of life under the common banner of a life to be lived for Christ, putting aside personal feelings and motives for the greater good of the common body of Christ that unites all believers. 993 more words

Biblical Insight

Prayer Requests and Selfishness

About a month ago, I was sharing some pretty dark and ugly stuff with two very good friends. I hadn’t wanted to share that dark and ugly stuff, but they pretty much kidnapped me, put me in a room, and said, “Spill it.” All in the name of friendship, and worry. 522 more words

Deep Thoughts

strategy lesson: reading standard 4 (literature)

reading anchor standard 4, a craft and structure standard, states that students will be able to “interpret words and phrases as they are used in a text, including determining technical, connotative, and figurative meanings, and analyzing how specific word choices shape meaning or tone.” 590 more words

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