7 Ways Great Teams Set Great Goals
Great teams not only share great ideas; they set great goals – together. And, great goals come from great hopes, convictions, aspirations,
The Kind of Questions Leaders Ask: 7 Characteristics
Leaders not only ask questions – they ask GREAT questions of the people in their lives and on their teams. But, great questions carry certain
Teaming: The Skill of the Age
One reason teaming churches and teaming leaders are so needed today is because our world is so rapidly changing—arguably more than at any
Is There An Elephant in Your Team Meeting?
Few things are more frustrating than sitting in on a “team meeting” and listening to the “team leader” talk about everything but the very issue
Making Better Decisions This Year – Part 2
2 Kinds of Wisdom When James wrote his New Testament letter, one purpose was to help his readers and leaders understand how to steer their
Making Better Decisions This Year – Part 1
“Make a three-point turn right here!” The road test official insisted. Before attempting the much-rehearsed maneuver, I checked the
10 Team Trouble Signs
Here is a list of indicators that something (or someone) in your team needs your attention or assistance. Any one or more of these
A TEAMING LIFE INSIGHT: Elephant-Hunting!
When an elephant is in the room, hunt him down … but be careful and be prayerful. We have all experienced those times in discussions with our
Could He Be the Next Steve Jobs?
It is encouraging to see the enthusiasm, enterprise and entrepreneurial spirit in this young man. Perhaps this time the student teaches the