Abandoning the Illusion of Control

By: George Bingham on Wednesday September 17, 2014 - In leadership

Leadership positions, using a narrow definition, typically include tasks other than “leading”—like planning goals, organizing resources and controlling finances—“management” tasks. Good stewardship often demands strict oversight of the “things” of the organization, but ideally, when it comes to people, the leader in the leadership role actually “leads.” The challenge of leadership—the scary part—is that the “leading” part of a leadership role means abandoning the illusion of control.

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Looking Back & Looking Forward - September 11

By: Steve Brown on Thursday September 11, 2014 - In pain & suffering

What do we do with tragedy, pain and suffering? Where do we go? With today being the anniversary of the attacks of 9/11, it is an appropriate time to revisit Steve’s thoughts following that day. This is Steve’s letter from November of 2001. What he wrote then is just as true today. And it is always good to be reminded.

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