An unusual musical partnership shows Christian institutional leaders how and why to work together.
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Practice doesn’t make perfect. But as the Duke basketball team shows, with good practice we can teach our bodies to act well without having to think first.
The second of two posts on how sin, selfishness, or stupidity make leaders want to shield new ideas from the light of day. And what to do about it.
Having a “Joel Committee” is one way to make sure the leader is listening and the people are helping create the organization's vision.