Along the way, he gleans valuable lessons from an unlikely mentor: a wise, old puffin. Working with a discouraged, disorganized, cynical team? Learn how to turn it around. Sync or swim is a small tale with enormous insight on ways you can empower, engage, and energize employees or volunteers facing discouragement or cynicism.
Sync or Swim: A Fable About Workplace Communication and Coming Together in a Crisis #ad - Sam, the new ceo, was ready to hit the ground running. This delightful, quick read will: teach you communication techniques that enhance teamwork and productivityBring to life the principles used by hundreds of successful organizationsProvide relevant, churches, over 250 colleges and universities, government agencies, health organizations, practical insights based on real-world experiencesStimulate lively and positive interaction discussion guide includedBased on the principles successfully used by major corporations, and non-profits.
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Annie mckee author, poisonous people, consultantMany employees experience the reality of bullying bosses, and soul-crushing cultures on a daily basis. Colds, flu and stress-related illnesses such as heart attacks are more common. By contrast, in resonant organizations, people take fewer sick days and turnover is low.
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Candidly they open up about what they learned, what they wish they had done, and how to gain resilience.
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Combining real-life examples with professional advice and research, Dr, White offers a guide to uprooting negativity and cultivating authentic appreciation and resiliency in the workplace. Readers will learn how to:overcome resistance from non-interested managers and supervisorsAssess how perceived “busyness” interferes with positive growthAddress the deeper issues underlying pervasive negativityCommunicate authentic appreciation even to “difficult-to-appreciate” colleaguesDeal with performance challenges and communicate appreciation appropriatelyBring out the best in their employees and teamsAnd moreAny workplace can become more positive and grow towards health.
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It just takes knowledge of the core challenges and the skills to navigate them, which is exactly what this book provides.
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Communication in the church distills the latest social science research for readers including clergy, continuing education planners, scholars, students, lay leaders, and others. Communication is integral to the mission of the church, but it can go awry in myriad ways, both obvious and subtle. Communication in the church helps congregations create healthier ways for their members to relate to one another for greater personal and congregational success.
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The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace: Empowering Organizations by Encouraging PeopleNorthfield Publishing #ad - The assessment identifies a person’s preferred languages of appreciation to help you apply the book. When supervisors and colleagues understand their coworkers’ primary and secondary languages, as well as the specific actions they desire, they can effectively communicate authentic appreciation, thus creating healthy work relationships and raising the level of performance across an entire team or organization.
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. The church needs pastors who can contextualize biblical wisdom in Christian living to help their congregations think theologically about all aspects of their lives, such as work, end-of-life decisions, political involvement, and entertainment choices. Drawing on the bible, and christian theology, key figures from church history, this book offers a clarion call for pastors to serve as public theologians in their congregations and communities.
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Seized by Truth: Reading the Bible as ScriptureAbingdon Press #ad - We are not reading someone else's mail--as though reading the Bible had to do foremost with recovering an ancient meaning intended for someone else and then translating its principles for use in our own lives. Scripture does not present us with texts to be mastered but with a Word, God's Word, intent on mastering us, on shaping our lives.
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Wesley, Wesleyans, and Reading Bible as ScriptureBaylor University Press #ad - González, Joel B. Contributors move beyond the work of Wesley himself to discuss how Wesleyan communities have worked to address the difficult scriptural--and theological--conundrums of their time and place. With contributions from William J. Westerfield Tucker, Jason E. Collins, Robert W. Vickers, laceye Warner, David F.
Wall, hunn choi, meesaeng Lee Choi, Reginald Broadnax, Douglas M. Green, Elaine A. Abraham, Justo L. Koskie, and michael pasquarello iii, wesley, wesleyans, and Reading Bible as Scripture ultimately attempts to underscore what it means to stand in the Wesleyan stream and bring about holiness through--and within--daily occurrences.
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Bridging the diversity gap is for pastors and ministry leaders who want a biblical process and principles, informed by the best academic thought on race and ethnicity, to engage with an ethnically diverse church or organization and guide them toward becoming one in Christ. How can the church more accurately reflect the vision of God's kingdom, gathering together every tribe and nation? It all begins with leaders whose minds and hearts have been transformed by the gospel.
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