This is a book about the author’s experience as a WordPress employee with a focus on the company’s culture and decentralized workforce. The author, a former Microsoft employee, describes what it is like to work for a company which has almost no physical workspaces.
- Webinar: Making Teams Work in MissionsThu Aug 24 2017, 2:00pm EDT - 3:15pm EDT
- Webinar: The Missionary Martyr: What We Learn from Those Who Gave Their Lives for the Cause of ChristThu Aug 31 2017, 2:00pm EDT - 3:15pm EDT
- A Global Vision for WomenSat Sep 9 2017 - Sat Sep 16 2017
- 2017 Mission Leaders ConferenceThu Sep 21 2017, 2:00pm CDT - Sat Sep 23 2017, 12:00pm CDT
Creating Pathways (and Reducing Barriers) for Women In Organizational Leadership December 4-5, 2017 Workshop Description As many entities desire to involve more women in their leadership structures (field or executive roles), what might be unintended barriers and unrecognized opportunities in this direction? Why do these gifted women seem so hard to find? And when . . . read more
STM goers want to courageously share Christ in word and action around the globe. Yet, there are risks associated with all travel. In the spirit of Matt. 10:16, this workshop will discuss biblical guiding principles for approaching risk and how team leaders can reduce risk and prepare for on-field crises with appropriate concern, but not . . . read more
Critical Questions for Effective Diaspora Involvement The case has been made in the missions community for what God is doing in the Global Diaspora. We get it! Now the question is, “What do we actually need to do?” How does it practically impact the decisions we need to make at the agency / local church . . . read more
This a leadership book which divides leaders into two basic categories. There are multipliers and there are diminishers. The former multiply the potential of other people while the latter leaders diminish those around them.
This is Hans Finzel’s tenth book on leadership. That being so, there is quite a bit of overlap from what he has written in his previous books. But, even so, there is much value here, especially for the new leader who wants to lead well.
Employment law is changing fast, particularly in ways that impact religious organizations. Religious liberties are being challenged daily. Current issues include sexual orientation, overtime, joint employers, disabilities, defamation, and more. And that’s just in the United States. HR personnel also need to be aware of the potential implications of international law. What are further complications . . . read more
A combination of factors internal to China and in the external environment are reshaping the China ministry landscape. As a result the role of foreign Christian workers in China is changing. Central to this change is a shift in orientation from serving the church in China to serving with the church in China. Drawing upon . . . read more
Member Care/Health/Development (CHD) is well into middle age. We could say it has exploded into the Mission Ecosphere, and has become an integral part of most missions, as well as spawning many independent ministries, websites, and training programs. In many ways, this is a good thing, in that if people are the most important part . . . read more
We serve a timeless gospel in a rapidly changing world. With mass urbanization, secularization, ubiquitous connectivity, political unrest, changes in global Christianity, the mobility of everything from people, ideas, to technology and disease, the world is changing faster than we have time to adapt. This webinar will discuss the Biblical basis for innovation, as well . . . read more