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Development

Many Ways to Train

Life changes, and we must change with it. For a long time, we had only one style of new staff training: a year-long, full-time classroom

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Leaders are Learners

I receive a great newsletter from Jay Lorenzen called Life and Leadership. Last month, the topic was “Leaders are Learners”. He wrote some great ideas,

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The Plans of a Leader

Roger Osbaldiston, from the Global Student Led Movements team, sent this message in his recent newsletter with excellent ideas and motivation for strategic planning (the

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Development

Resources for You

DIRECTION SETTER | CHANGE AGENT | SPOKESPERSON | COACH/DEVELOPER How does the Leadership Framework apply to my day-to-day life and work? How can I grow and

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Spiritual Formation

by Ray Wheeler (It a great privilege to introduce you to Ray Wheeler’s guest post. He was one of my MA professors at Azusa Pacific, and

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Who are your friends?

“Who are your friends?” is the first question Dave Dishman (author of “GO”) asks when he visits team leaders. I wondered why he did not

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Relationships

Listening Beyond Words

by Karen Zando “How do I ask powerful questions?” is something I am asked frequently. I sense people hope I will provide a formula or, better

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Development

NST launches in Spain!

After years of hard work, translation, and planning, we celebrate with Garrick Roegner, Debra Groff, Shelly Gilmore, Ruth McNeill and other Western Europe staff as

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Development

Team Leader Trainings

It is great to hear stories of successful Team Leader Trainings around the world! Thanks to Western Europe and Southeast Asia Areas for sharing these

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Care

Raise up leaders!

Feeling overwhelmed? Have too much to do? Wondering how to make more progress towards the mission? Those are common concerns for new team leaders, and my conversations

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Development

Leaders are Readers!

One key characteristic of healthy and fruitful leaders is life-long learning. We have a Learns as a Lifestyle session in this training under the “New Capacity”

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Development

Chess not Checkers

The following guest post is by Terry Morgan. Her blog is MaturitasCafe.com. She writes about learning and leadership in an authentic, warm, honest and challenging way.

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