Feb 7, 2013

Community Post: It Starts to Feel Like Something Big

College student, coffee lover, blog writer, book author, speaker--all those titles describe Cara Sexton at Whimsey Smitten . However, she says, "No title is bigger than mother . . . None which I am after, anyhow." Image by Marty Hadding . Used with permission . Sourced via Flickr .
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Feb 7, 2013

See People, Not Just Employees

Peter Senge in the Fifth Discipline Fieldbook writes about the African culture of ubuntu . According to Senge, if you are a member of the Natal tribe, you say hello to others by saying sawu bona , which means, “I see you.” The proper reply to the greeting is sikona...Read more +
Feb 7, 2013

Why We Need Plumbers . . . and Pastors

The desire to affirm all callings has sharpened. Many now rightfully see all vocations as equally valid ways to glorify God. I applaud this move toward a more holistic understanding. Yet amid the excitement to affirm all vocations, I want to offer this caveat. Let's not forget to also honor...
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Feb 6, 2013

Pure Charity: An Interview With Mike Rusch

Editor’s Note: Mike Rusch is the COO for Pure Charity . Pure Charity, a non-profit organization, makes it possible to leverage everyday spending, allowing you to support causes and organizations that matter most to you. We talked with Mike about how his work with Fortune 100 companies prepared him for...Read more +
Feb 6, 2013

Redefining Success

Our job should bring us a sense of something that is good beneath the surface . Good work fulfills us by helping us recognize our contributions and our connections with others. It is fulfilling. People can still contribute and add value to the world and use their God-given talents, in...
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Feb 4, 2013

Integrity Is Everything

In business and in life, we all want to deal with honest people. We look for people who keep their word. We want to be around people we can trust. We look for people we can depend on not only in the big stuff, but for the little things. I’ve...
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Feb 1, 2013

Making Leaders Requires Dirty Hands

It’s easy to sit back and let leaders naturally form in our organizations. Great leaders need their fingerprints all over those aspects that are the most vital to the success of their organization. They don’t take a back seat or delegate them. They roll up their sleeves and get their...
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