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Mastery And Mystery

Mastery We seek competency and proficiency in many areas of our lives. That is good and proper stewardship of what God has graced us with in life. As caregivers, it behooves us to provide as excellent of care as we can. … Continue reading

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Why You Need a Clear Job Description

Four Essentials for a Staff Person’s Success There are four essential elements for a staff person’s success: A clearly defined role (job description) Regular feedback (annual review) Missional clarity (what the individual or team is to be about) Executive empowerment (delegated authority to … Continue reading

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Forgive, For We all Mess Up

One of the marks of resiliency in any environment is the willingness to be gracious and forgive. In other words, lack of forgiveness is a major cause of attrition.  I often say that it is not a matter of if I will … Continue reading

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Member Care Orientation: A “Fire Prevention” Leaning

A Common Theme When I engage organizational leaders and the subject of “member care” comes up, I often ask them what they mean by that phrase. Usually I hear some variation of “member care is what is applied when people … Continue reading

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Resource: PTM Conference 2016

2016 PTM Conference Registration is open PTM is one of the best gatherings in North America to connect with other shepherds and caregivers of cross-cultural workers. This year has a great line up of workshops. See it all here. Pre-Conference … Continue reading

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