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Read a note from Will Mancini welcoming you to the Vision Room and pointing some key features designed just for you.
What’s missing, and is needed in almost all organizations today, is a real sense of urgency – a distinctive attitude and gut-level feeling that leads people to grab opportunities and avoid hazards, to make something important happen today, and constantly shed low-priority activities to move faster and smarter, now.
How can a leader be sure that the work they have given their life-to is producing the fruit that Jesus gave His life-for? It requires a new success scoreboard.
We’ve “made an idol of activity for God,” and in pursuing the second commandment, we’ve forgotten the first.
As a pastor or church leader, I know you want to be used by God. As a leader of leaders, I know you want to help others to be usable by God.
We need all churches. All sizes of churches. We need more churches. It’s not either/or. It’s both/and. a debate on church size bears no good fruit.
We are called not just to follow Jesus (common call to all people) but we are called to accomplish something specific as a one-of-a-kind saint (your special assignment from God).
If you don’t know where you’re headed or where you want to go, you will likely arrive somewhere else. Here are five questions to help you have a highly productive day.
Culture shift is primarily about relationship – the relationship between your organization and the individuals that make it up. Until the relationship changes, the culture won’t.
One of the most important decisions a leader will make is how to plan their work. Do they just react to what comes their way or do they proactively plan how they will lead and create?
When it comes to crafting church vision and casting church vision, the tunnel of chaos is unavoidable.
Design doesn’t just work for cars and roads and streetlights and buildings, and all the hundreds of thousands of components that make those things up. You can use design thinking to discover the life God has uniquely created for you. It is a life that is meaningful, joyful, and fulfilling.
Anytime as a pastor you have asked leaders to work toward a common goal – and they have responded – excellent communication is critical.
There are some things people who are new to your church will not forgive. These are mistakes you cannot afford to make in your guest experience.
We as leaders need to ask specifically what do want our team to care about? Then we need to model that behavior. We need to talk about it every single day and most importantly we need to demonstrate it.
Your team is THE most critical part of creating an Exceptional Guest Experience. They make your Guest Experience “real” every weekend!
No one ever said that a guest experience transformation was easy. It’s a lot of work and requires a dedicated and relentless focus on making things better. If you’ve seen your progress slow, evaluate your efforts against the six items here.
Core values are what an organization believes and stands for. These are the principles and beliefs that guide an organization – and the employees of that organization.
Hospitality is about caring for the emotions of the guest just as much as it is about serving them, if not even more.
Five key steps to reach and retain guests. Most of these can be implemented in your church right away.