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7 lessons from Mexico - #4

Lesson #4: one body in Christ, many parts

One of the first things we noticed as a team was how each of us had different talents, interests and experiences, and how God had brought each one into the group to serve a role. 350 more words

Mexico

{Academy of Leaders}

Recently, my Leader Advancement Scholars have traveled to the heart of Detroit, Michigan where they were given the opportunity to interact with the students of Jalen Rose Leadership Academy. 1,100 more words

Leadership Development

Your Friendly Reminder :-)

“If you treat Millennials as a punchline, but act surprised when they reject you for that reason, that’s just textbook ignorance.” – Adam McBroon (my hero!) 52 more words

Millennials

For Want of a Clementine

As part of a challenge with Auri, we’ve both sent each other three photos and are going to write three pieces of creative writing based off each photo! 366 more words

Creative Writing

Drawing the church of Salardu

Team: Josep Vallés, Carlos Gonzalvo and Cristina Olucha.

We have drawn the complete church as part of the subject: Building rehabilitation and Pathologies, by the teacher Josep Lluís. 86 more words

Architecture

Sharpening

Sharpening our individual skills is something every teammate should be expected to do. The advantage of a team is that people tend to sharpen each other. 72 more words

Teambuilding

High Performance Team

Before we discuss how to have a high performance team, let’s define first, what is TEAM?

According to Merriam-Webster, the most trustworthy dictionary and thesaurus of American English, they define team as:  a number of persons associated together in work or activity: such as a group on one side (as in football or a debate). 704 more words