Christian leaders need to nurture talent in their institutions.

Our series will help you do that. Learn from leaders in a variety of organizations, including the Reformed Church in America, about training, evaluation, goal setting, leading amid uncertainty and more. Read more »

Reflection: Workplace

Dave Odom: Why focus on developing your staff as leaders?

The challenges facing Christian institutions today require innovative solutions in all aspects of the work. Senior leaders must cultivate the conditions for the work to flourish, which means nurturing talent across levels and roles, says the executive director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity. Read more »

Reflection: Workplace

Laura E. Everett: Low-budget leadership development

How do you develop leaders in your organization without funding? The executive director of the Massachusetts Council of Churches offers 10 ideas for leadership development on a shoestring. Read more »

Q&A: Workplace

Suzii Paynter: Training young people to lead in a Christian organization

The top executive at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship uses her organization’s strategic plan to build a team of young leaders at CBF headquarters. Read more »

Q&A: Workplace

Pete Gerend: Leaders must live with uncertainty

Today’s leaders have to cope with a changing world, according to “Leading in Context,” a study by Duke Corporate Education. That’s why they need to develop beliefs and mindsets that allow them to respond to shifting environments, says Duke CE’s managing director for North America. Read more »

Q&A: Workplace

Justine Strand de Oliveira: Relationships are the most important aspect of leadership

After a career working in a variety of roles and settings, a leader in the physician assistant field says that understanding people is central to leadership development. Read more »