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Multiplication is the topic most groups don’t want to talk about. That can make it particularly tough to lead your group through the process. It’s easier in the short-term to go with the flow and ignore multiplication until GroupLink season rolls around.
June 17th, 2013 by Dan Mancini
[This week we’re featuring a couple posts on group multiplication. If you recently began a group, you may think these posts aren’t relevant to you right now. They are. We’ll go into more depth as to why that’s true in this week’s posts, but consider this: Everything has a beginning, a middle, and an end—including groups. Beginning with the end in mind will improve the quality of your group experience . . . even as you’re just starting out.—Ed.]
Multiplication is the topic groups most like to ignore. If you love your group, the idea of multiplying doesn’t sound fun, does it? Why introduce change when you have a good thing going? Why not just stay together forever? Read the rest of this entry »
June 5th, 2013 by Dan Mancini
Drew Dudley is the founder of Nuance Leadership Development Services, an organization that creates leadership resources for communities, organizations, and individuals.
In this funny yet profound TED talk, he warns us about the dangers of thinking about leadership in terms of grand, world-changing gestures. He urges us to recognize that most leadership plays out as simple but life-changing interactions between people. Most important, he calls on us to appreciate and celebrate those interactions.
You never know how the small, seemingly inconsequential things you do and say may change the lives of the people you lead.
June 3rd, 2013 by Donald Smith
[Today’s post is by Donald Smith. Donald is part of Care at North Point Ministries.—Ed.]