Do you have ghosts in your system that go bump in the night? Thoughts on leaders as ghost hunters and exorcists at the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog site.
Thoughts on leadership in a chronically anxious system at the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog.
Eleven leadership secrets of effective deans at the Wabash Center blog for theological school deans (with apologies to August Turak).
Congratulations to the 2012 GRACE Award recipient Albert Kwabi.
Albert is an M.Div. student with a concentration in Christian Education Formation. An international student from Ghana, Albert plans on completing his course of study by writing a thesis on theological education in Ghana. The GRACE Award is given to the student pursuing the M.Div./C.E. concentration who shows the most promise of exemplary contribution to the profession of the pastoral educator.
GRACE member Israel Galindo reflects on three things an organization needs in order to be “great”. Read his toughts at the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog site.
Visit the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog for two ideas on bringing about organizational change.
Some thoughts on the necessity of interpreting emotional triangles within the context of the emotional field at the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog.
A question from one of my students in the systems theory class results in a new insight for leaders from the Dog Whisperer.
Brian Gumm offers a well-written review and critique of The Hidden Lives of Congregations.
Some thoughts on why you probably will never be able to fix some of your church committees at the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog.