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. This series from Faith & Leadership will help you navigate the issues of leadership development.
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The national staff of the Reformed Church in America practices on a zip line as part of a once-a-year gathering at a retreat center in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Photo by Beth Heinen Bell
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.
Leaders of all stripes need feedback -- the good, the bad and the ugly. But such honesty is possible only in the context of covenant, says a professor of leadership and ministry.
In a park overlooking the Rio Grande, Holding Institute hosts a candlelight vigil for immigrants fleeing violence. Photos courtesy of Holding Institute
When immigrant families poured into the US seeking asylum, a small Christian nonprofit in Laredo, Texas, had to decide: Stay focused on its core mission or revamp everything in order to meet the humanitarian needs on its doorstep?
What does your organizational root structure look like? What are the ways in which it helps the institution remain self-sustaining year after year?
Is your life a balance of offering and receiving the gift of counsel and nurture?
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