8 tips for developing your workplace culture

These important qualities define organizations with a strong culture.
  Fred Noble

Do you have a “no-man” on your team?

Can you pinpoint the tactical leader on your team? Dr. Bob Whitesel discusses how this type of leader results in a more balanced team.
  Bob Whitesel

Learning the art of the staff meeting

How would you define the purpose of your staff meetings or one-on-one meetings?
  Jim Barber

Does an open-door policy work?

Are you an approachable leader?
  Jim Barber

4 foundational scriptures for doing life together

It is vital for Christ-followers to do life together.
  Mark Lenz

A leader's key to solving problems

How does your team handle obstacles? Do they look to you as the go-to person to solve problems?
  Charles Stone

Turning your limitations into opportunities

How many people are frustrated because they feel underused in the Church? How many people are sitting in their seat week after week untapped because we won’t let go?
  Jeff Klick

3 more ways to respond when you care less

As the work of the church plays out on a daily basis, behind the scenes are hurt leaders who are forced to move on because they don’t have the time, energy, resources, or leadership to simply stop and process it all.
  Christopher Harris

3 ways to respond when you care less

As the day-to-day work of the church plays out, behind the scenes there are hurt leaders who are forced to move on because they don’t have the time, energy, resources, or leadership to simply stop and process it all.
  Christopher Harris

4 things that make a great executive pastor

The most significant relationship in the church is between the Senior Pastor and the Executive Pastor.
  Mark Lenz

5 ways leaders see things differently

Leaders see things with a clarity that brings life into focus.
  Paul Greasley

Planning: a revitalization faith-walk

Church leaders sometimes have an aversion to planning.
  Jim Barber

The importance of leadership transformation

Building strong relationships is profitable for both the pastor and the workplace leader.
  Rob Streetman

What to do about that church parking lot meeting

Has there been a parking lot meeting at your church lately?
  Margaret Marcuson

Why should I serve where I'm not wanted?

Have you ever served in ministry and felt unappreciated, devalued, or outright disrespected, despised, and possibly in danger?
  David Clarke

Restarting the conversation for long-range vision

When it comes to vision statements, many church leaders have lost interest.
  Will Mancini

Do you have a ministry team, or just a group doing ministry?

So how do we distinguish between a well-functioning ministry team and a mere group of people who happen to be operating near one another?
  Allen Hamlin

Stop talking about small group multiplication

Here's a better way to get your groups to reproduce.
  Mike Mack

More reasons to let your pastor lead

Here are two more reasons to let your pastor be the one who makes big, important proposals for big, important changes.
  Brian Thorstad

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Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth.
1 John 3:18 (NIV)
Jim Barber

Jim Barber is the President of both the Society for Church Consulting and Barber Church ...

Roy Yanke

Roy Yanke is the Executive Director of PIR Ministries, a national ministry of renewal and ...