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Start your brainstorming by separating Creative Thinking and Critical Thinking. Both must be done, but they must be done separately if anything of lasting value will be accomplished.
INSPIRE your church with an intentional communication strategy that is consistent and far reaching: Step 5 of the Vision Recovery Process.
Vision Recovery Process – Step 3: INVOLVE Your Teams. A collaborative process designed to get the right information, to the right people, at the right time. Step 4: A strategically placed initiative designed to re-engage your church.
This week in #BetterFutureWebSeries, learn to create a contextual strategy that forms the foundation of your planning process in any time of disruption – Step 2 in the Vision Recovery Process.
You cannot persuade through logic alone, or even logic supported by your credibility. A leader uses stories to illustrate, illuminate, and inspire his team.
Videos and links from Week One of the Vision Recovery Process, a part of Auxano’s Better Future Webinar Series.
Your church needs more than another strategic plan in this season. Decisions your church makes right now will impact the next decade of effective ministry.
In this week’s Better Future Web Series, join Jim Randall and Kent Vincent to consider the potential of instilling a “new normal” within your congregation.
Don’t cancel your VBS this Summer… deploy your VBS this Summer. 2020 may be the most crucial Summer of programming your church will ever experience.
There is a difference in “getting back to normal” and “getting back to normalcy” in your church. We are now in a season in which church leaders can consider, as we all yearn for normalcy, the potential of instilling a “new normal” within our congregations.
We are now in a season in which church leaders can consider, as we all yearn for normalcy, the potential of instilling a “new normal” within our congregations.
As we try to continue being productive, we need to recognize the complexity of the shifting sands beneath our feet when it comes to workplace engagement.
In this unprecedented time, many people are “acting out” at an alarming pace! Many of us are finding ourselves a little more grumpy than normal.
For these two sessions, Auxano Senior Lead Navigator Mike Gammill unpacks questions and concerns around your church staff team in a virtual setting.
As Christians, we most certainly have been commanded to “go unto the world,” but most of us forget that “the world” begins at our doorstep.
Auxano Senior Lead Navigator and Director of Resourcing Greg Gibbs unpacks questions and concerns around church finances.
Auxano co-founder Jim Randall unpacks vision-driven communication and complete clarity best practices from the Better Future Web Series.
Failure to make yourself heard in a crisis is a very risky move, almost as much as failure to communicate at all. There is no one who can speak more effectively for you and your organization than you.
When your church finds itself in the midst of a crisis, the ripple effects can disrupt lives and operations for the foreseeable future if public opinion is not properly addressed and stewarded.