Results for “mentoring”
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When you are at your busiest, taking time off can seem counterproductive. However, a recent article from Forbes Magazine identified five ways highly successful people spend their time off. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey discusses how these five things can benefit your time off and strengthen your ministry.
Customer service is a leading factor in successful organizations. In this week's episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey discusses key customer service principles from the book, Excellence Wins, by Horst Schulze. Schulze helped co-found the Ritz Carlton hotel chain and leads with a lifetime of experience in the service industry.
One of the greatest barriers to effectiveness is poor communication – and one of the biggest contributors to poor communication is a failure to speak truthfully. In this episode of the CMN Leadership Podcast, Chris Railey discusses four ways to speak the truth in love.
Every experience in ministry matters. Building a ministerial resume is critical for any leader, but especially for women leaders. In this longer video, Donna Barrett, General Secretary of the Assemblies of God, teaches on how female leaders can develop and enrich their ministry resume. Ultimately, this allows for future leadership opportunities.This teaching was given at a Network of Women Ministers event in Springfield, MO. For more information on the NWM check out: womenministers.ag.org/
Scott Wilson, Lead Pastor of the Oaks Church, shares insights about how to add value to others and expand your leadership potential.
Having women in key leadership positions is vital to the church. Sometimes leaders feel uncomfortable with the idea of mentoring women. In this video Christina Vincent, Under 40 and AG University Strategist shares 5 practical ways to mentor women leaders. The NWM's mission is to mobilize women to fulfill their ministerial call. For more information, check out their website: womenministers.ag.org/
"We want great leaders given to us, but they're actually grown." Dan Hunter and Greg Ford discuss leadership development on this CMN Less Than Ten.