Posts in Category: Leadership

Advice for Children That is Also Good For Adults 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, July 5, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership
I tell my kids things all of the time. Over and over. And over and over. If there’s one thing I can say is always true about parenting, it’s that I repeat myself constantly. If there’s one thing I can say is always true about parenting, it’s... read more
 

Rules were made to be broken. Maybe. 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, June 21, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership
Every culture and organization has rules. Spoken and unspoken, these rules provide safety, security, and a roadmap through which everybody walks. Rules aren’t evil. They’re set in place by people with the best of intentions in order to guide... read more
 

Do You Know?  

Posted by Boyd Pelley Monday, June 6, 2016 5:08:00 PM Categories: Leadership New Features Tips 4 Clients
Do you have data everywhere? Wish it were in one place? We are students of ministry and technology. We started by providing "never heard of before" solutions for small groups. For the last 8 years, we have been working to be that one place... read more
 

What Kind of Culture are You Curating? 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, May 24, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership
Leaders are keepers of culture. They know that great team cultures require deliberate effort. Teams will work better with one another, they’ll go above and beyond the call of duty, they’ll invest themselves personally, and they’ll own their wins ... read more
 

2 Temptations Church Leaders Face When Visiting Other Churches 

Posted by Alan Danielson Tuesday, May 17, 2016 7:50:00 AM Categories: Leadership
Taking time to visit other churches in your area or across the country is a great way to grow in your leadership. I love seeing a church in action and I always come away with pages of notes about things I want to do differently or consider for... read more
 
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