Colleagues and constituents may signal important clues about their well-being when they mention the mundane, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Instead of simply claiming to be introverted or extroverted, leaders must recognize when it’s time to step outside their social comfort zones and when it’s time to recharge.
An experience at his favorite coffeehouse inspired a Christian leader to reflect on how to cultivate a welcoming organizational culture.
David Goatley’s installation as Fuller Theological Seminary’s new president was a master class in beginning a ministry assignment, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
A scarcity mindset leads us to hoard ideas, but one of generosity helps grow them, writes a managing director of grants for Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.
Instead of pursuing a big-name speaker or more production, make conferences and in-person gatherings more intimate and transformative, says a worship leader and consultant.
How can Christian leaders adapt to the changes the pandemic has brought? A scholar who has studied pastors and volunteers during the past three years offers suggestions for adjusting to a new reality.
The underlying goal of church communication is to foster relationships, and its strategies should be developed with that in mind. A communications professional shares some best practices for improving church communication.
Howard Thurman lived a life full of mentors and mentorship, says the author of a new book in this excerpt.
Five questions centered on mission and vision can help organizational leaders find clarity about the sustainability of their work, writes the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.