Most Recently Published
Misunderstandings about organizational priorities may be rooted in the differing perspectives of top and mid-level leaders, according to a new study by Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Bringing those differences to the surface can help all leaders get on the same page.
The Rev. Chris George, left, works to winterize a home on the Lakota reservation in Mission, South Dakota.
Honoring generational differences. Some young pastors seek more flexibility, better work-life balance and less hierarchy than their older colleagues. These differences can be a source of tension -- and of hope.