Field Leaders: Navigating the Complexities of a Four-dimensional Role
Field leaders typically navigate four dimensions in their roles: personal, organizational, stewardship, impact. The authors give guidance on how to address each of these.
Learning. . . Growing. . . Collaborating. . . Phasing Out
These stages in the church-planting cycle are a must.
What Kind of Leaders Reproduce Churches?
ARE THERE REPRODUCING churches in Japan? You must be talking about churches in the U.S.” This and other comments revealed skepticism after reporting my field research that uncovered the existence of dozens of Japanese reproducing churches in Japan.
True North – Emerging Leader Edition
Bill George is executive fellow at Harvard Business School where he has taught leadership since 2004. He was formerly chair and CEO of Medtronic, the world’s leading medical technology company. Under his leadership, Medtronic’s market capitalization grew from $1.1 to $60 billion. Bill has also served as a director of several Fortune 500 companies. Zach Clayton is a graduate of Harvard Business School and is the founder and CEO of a major digital marketplace business.
Positive Possibilities of Mid-life Transitions
Often thought to be the exclusive property of the adolescent, transition is actually found in three stages of a person’s life.