Renewal or Redundancy? Write Your Own Game Plan

Renewal or Redundancy? Write Your Own Game Plan

Oct.02.2016

Businesses and organizations have used key performance indicators (KPIs) for decades to determine how well they’re tracking toward goals. These metrics typically evaluate success through quantifiable data, and can be used across multiple areas of business such as sales, marketing, supply chains, and finances.

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A Compelling Vision Isn’t Enough

A Compelling Vision Isn’t Enough

Jul.27.2016

As Christian business leaders, we understand that in all our endeavors, unity and alignment matter. In work, as in life and ministry, unity is vital for long-term team development, success, and fruitfulness. Accordingly, we put time and effort into carefully-crafted mission statements and well-articulated core values.

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Have You Stopped to Check Your Tread?

Have You Stopped to Check Your Tread?

Jul.07.2016

Running your business is a lot like embarking on a long road trip. You plan, prepare, and commit a season of your life to persevering on, no matter what the journey brings.

However, just because you’re moving forward doesn’t mean you’re making the most of your miles. Over time, poor alignment can have a subtle but serious effect on your leadership, your team’s performance, and worst of all, your Kingdom impact.

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Leadership and Stewardship: Developing Habits to Sharpen Your Impact

Leadership and Stewardship: Developing Habits to Sharpen Your Impact

Jun.29.2016

Leadership and stewardship go hand-in-hand. Business success alone is meaningless — it’s how you use that success to make a positive impact on people and advance God’s kingdom that truly matters.

Too often, Christian business owners and CEOs try to separate their business leadership from their Christian ministry, assuming they can do well in both without integrating them together.

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Recession Proof Your Business

Recession Proof Your Business

May.25.2016

Businesses that have survived the recessions of our generation didn’t do so by chance. They had a firm grasp on their competition and plans in place to weather a broad range of economic scenarios. You too can plan for long-standing success, even in the face of a possible recession.

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