Monthly Archives: January 2010

If a leader’s job is not to bring about change, then what’s a leader good for?

A question from one of my students in the systems theory class results in a new insight for leaders from the Dog Whisperer. Please like & share:

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Best books critique ever

Brian Gumm offers a well-written review and critique of The Hidden Lives of Congregations. Please like & share:

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Why you can’t fix some church committees

Some thoughts on why you probably will never be able to fix some of your church committees at the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog. Please like & share:

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Some truisms worth remembering

Check the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog for some truisms worth remembering during times of acute anxiety. Please like & share:

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The Repertoire for self-differentiation

Is there a repertoire for self-differentiation? Maybe so. Check the Perspectives on Congregational Leadership blog for thoughts on what some experienced leaders do to help move toward differentiation during a crisis. Please like & share:

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Checking your prejudices

Pondering the five common prejudices of congregational leaders at the Perspectives on Congregational Leaders blog site. . Please like & share:

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