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Why Effective Teams Work Why Effective Teams Work
Community

Why Effective Teams Work

Posted by Regi Campbell on October 3, 2019

Most of us have been on a sports team in our life. Your family is a team. You’re part of a team at work. If you’ve ever been part of a successful team, all six of these things were there . . . Common Purpose –Teams exist for a purpose. Effective teams are focused on their…

Leading with Influence Leading with Influence
Leadership

Leading with Influence

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 30, 2019

Every day, I’m more aware of the influence people have on others. Leaders are people who have influence and use it for a purpose. Leaders are always leading . . . in one direction or the other. In truth, leadership is really more about the who than the what. We in the church have sometimes…

Conviction Keeps Us on Track Conviction Keeps Us on Track
Theology

Conviction Keeps Us on Track

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 26, 2019

On the news one night, I watched a criminal’s sentencing after he was convicted of a crime. The judge ranted, calling the guy shameful, subhuman, and despicable, among other things. Maybe he deserved it, but I was struck by the impact those words had on him. He was weeping, his head hung as low as…

What Works at Work What Works at Work
Marriage

What Works at Work

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 23, 2019

Some of the best practices from the work world can also improve marriages. Not all, but some. Here are three examples . . . Commit and communicate– Employees, vendors, investors, and customers want to follow a leader who exhibits that singular all-in commitment to his business or organization. They want to hear it . ….

We Don’t Know Why We Don’t Know Why
Character

We Don’t Know Why

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 19, 2019

A high percentage of human conflict starts when we guess at people’s motives and get it wrong. My favorite Brené Brown story is about this very thing. Her husband opens the refrigerator and mumbles, “There’s nothing to eat in here.” Working in the next room, she assumes he’s complaining that she hasn’t been a good…

You Are a Winner! You Are a Winner!
Identity

You Are a Winner!

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 16, 2019

We all want to win. Including the golfers that are teeing off this morning at the 2019 Radical Mentoring Golf Classic (depending on when you read this, they may even be playing right now). But only one team will be this year’s champs. Since humility is a defining characteristic of a mentor, I like to…

Live! Live!
Purpose

Live!

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 12, 2019

The elders at North Point Community Church pray over sick people when asked. I’ve participated in many of these prayer sessions as an elder. They are usually accompanied by an air of sadness, especially when the person is very sick . . . when their odds of healing seem pretty low. As my adventure with…

Three Questions to Ask About Your Leaders Three Questions to Ask About Your Leaders
Leadership

Three Questions to Ask About Your Leaders

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 9, 2019

Years ago, I heard a motivational speech by Lou Holtz, the famous football coach. He said there are three questions everyone should ask about their leaders . . . Can I trust him? Does he know what he’s talking about? Does he care about me? If you’re an alliteration guy or you want extra credit,…

Five Significant Purpose-Finding Moments Five Significant Purpose-Finding Moments
Purpose

Five Significant Purpose-Finding Moments

Posted by Regi Campbell on September 4, 2019

To live on purpose, I have to decide what purpose is . . . for me. Looking back over years of trying to figure this out, five significant moments helped me move forward. Moment 1 – “It’s not about me” – On the very first page of Rick Warren’s book The Purpose Driven Life, he…

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor
Mentoring

Mentoring Mythbusters: Why Senior Pastors Should Mentor

Posted by Kevin Harris on September 2, 2019

A Christianity Today article quoted leadership guru Peter Drucker as saying that the four hardest jobs in America are, in no particular order . . . President of the United States University President CEO of a Hospital Senior Pastor The article’s disclaimer creates some question as to whether or not Drucker actually said this, but…

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