How can you re-engage your volunteers to serve enthusiastically with passion and energy? Lee Cockerell, retired Senior Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World Resorts, brings over four decades of experience on the front lines of some of the world’s best run companies to his writing and speaking
Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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Without a “stop doing” list, unnecessary tasks will remain on job profiles and unfruitful meetings will remain on calendars.
The language of vision casting employs metaphor and story, but your vision has to have a qualitative element as well.
Every organization has a culture, which either works for you or against you – and it can make the difference between success and failure.
Most churches are over-managed and under-led. Your church needs to be managed, but it also needs to be led.
Here’s a mental checklist to run through when you’re writing a blog post.
How should the church adapt and engage the smartphone?
Lasting vision breakthrough in your church consists of at least 20 unavoidable requirements.
Seven visual communication tools which can help lead to new levels of awareness & upgraded mental models, & then to more effective responses to situations.
Please do not just stand up on the platform for 3 minutes and “make announcements.” Create a conversation and inspire me to learn more.
There are many ways to gain a quick snapshot into culture. One of the more revealing ways is to look at what has trended – or is trending – on Twitter in 2017.
Here are 3 costly mistakes many churches are making in the communication department.
How will your church respond to these ten trends of 2018?
As a church leader, it is incumbent that you get better at using visual images in your communication.
Three cautions to remind you to communicate the Bible with clarity.
Are you experiencing these common themes of a church in financial disarray?
Simple rules. Simple frameworks. That’s the secret weapon to a successful strategy that everyone owns, not just the communications team.
Everyone is talking about discipleship, but too many churches stick to business as usual.
Nothing brings a church together in unity better than a growth campaign.
Will time and money spent on a fund raising video be an investment with a positive return?