How important is the next position you are seeking to fill? Does your hiring process reflect that importance?
You can really only raise money for two things: saving lives or changing lives.
A true friend is someone who is interested in what you are working on.
Lead and grow your network through influence, bring people along the road with you, and you’ll be amazed at the results that God provides as you shepherd the relationships He has given you.
Ministries and non-profit organizations bleed out former donors time and time again. However, givers live to give again. Therefore, retaining our givers should be paramount. The question we must ask ourselves is, “How do we retain our givers?” Learn key principles to assist you in retaining your donors.
Email is best utilized as a tool in our arsenal. Not our primary leadership method.
Maximizing the value of what we already have in our circle of influence is one of the key opportunities we each have in our organizations. Read on for ways you can apply this approach.
The expectations placed on people working in ministry organizations continue to climb. Take a moment to learn how to begin doing more with less.
Finding and growing development leaders is a hard task. Take a look at these vital leadership qualities to help you in your quest.
Adopting the Capacity Method can help reduce the overwhelm and make you feel more in control of your day, your ministry, and your life.
A defined list of Core Values is one of the most underutilized tools at your disposal. Are you effectively utilizing this powerful leadership tool?