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Dr. Gerry Lewis

Coaching: Don’t Try to Be “the Guy Who Does Everything”

January 18, 2017
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Dr. Gerry Lewis Coaches Leaders to Optimize Strengths on Their Teams “Most pastors and leaders of small churches try to be ‘the guy,’’ says Dr. Gerry Lewis, Executive Director of Harvest Baptist Association in Decatur, TX. “You know, ‘the guy’ who tries to do everything.” It’s a recipe for burnout that Gerry has seen more…

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Frank Maycock

Coaching: “Just Ask Questions”

July 12, 2016
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Profiles Make It Easy to Coach All Kinds of Clients “One thing I love about coaching,” says certified personal coach and former pastor Frank Maycock, “Is that I just ask questions.” lucky patcher for android Frank’s unique approach at his coaching and consulting firm Kinetos has had a significant impact on executives, entrepreneurs, and teams whether…

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Jeff Gilmer gives 6 hiring tips

Guest Post: Get Better at Hiring

April 18, 2016
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By Jeff Gilmer The biggest church staffing mistake you can make is hiring the wrong person. iphone showbox lucky patcher for laptop Not only does making a bad hire cost your church a lot of money in the long run, but it can also ruin morale, productivity, and vision alignment among your church staff. Some…

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Is Attending an Equipping Conference for You?

May 28, 2015
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What if you and those around you were able to discover a way to thrive, rather than simply survive? That is the principle behind the Ministry Insights Equipping Conference. This powerful hands-on live event, unique to the growing strengths movement, has inspired hundreds of leaders to embrace differences and build strong teams, marriages, and families.…

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Making the Move from Conflict to Cooperation.
Part 2 of 4

January 29, 2013
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Making the Move from Conflict to Cooperation Part 2 of 4 If you’re a ministry leader, conflict is unavoidable. But how do you make the move from conflict to cooperation? Remember Don (lead pastor) and Mark (executive pastor) from our previous article?  Neither begins their day trying to frustrate or isolate the other. But that…

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