Stop having meaningless meetings and start having effective conversations.
Daily, if not hourly, we’re intentionally and sometimes unintentionally making priority decisions related to work projects.
“Here are four reasons I utilize annual reviews and believe in doing so.”
They say the pen is mightier than the sword. But email is just as dangerous.
Boredom is anything but harmless…
You’ve got to know when to hold ’em and know when to fold ’em.
Whether interviewing a candidate for a teaching pastor position or an administrative support position, these are my go-to questions that continue to give me insight into the person during my initial interviews.
“If staff evaluations potentially hurt the cause rather than help, should we eliminate the evaluations or make some other changes?”
“Selecting new players for your team can make or break your team.”
A series of guard rails for all church staff members to learn from.