The Beauty of Sharing Leadership

By |July 28th, 2020|0 Comments

Several years ago, while studying at Irish Bible Institute, I wrote a reflection on leadership as part of my Master’s dissertation. In it I described my belief that shared leadership can often be slow to change, absent of vision, weak in decision making and abdicate responsibility. I am now convinced that I was entirely wrong and have since come to ... [Continue Reading]

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Embrace the Difficult

By |June 28th, 2020|

First the immediate challenge of this time is that we have been significantly disturbed in recent months. For those of us who like predictability and a reasonable level of security, which is probably a huge majority of us, that causes us to classify these times as difficult. I have a ... [Continue Reading]

Leading in a Crisis

By |May 5th, 2020|

I wish I could have written this two months ago – but it takes time to notice, to learn and reflect on what you see. Moving fast (together) In a crisis speed is essential. We need to respond quickly. There isn’t much time to reflect or weigh up all the ... [Continue Reading]

The Future is Now

By |April 9th, 2020|

In a sense all cultural change is forced upon us. It comes whether we like it or not. And in time we have to adapt. On a local level, locked in the context of one time and place, the church does not appear to be particularly good at change. Few ... [Continue Reading]

Working From Home, Eight Tips

By |March 27th, 2020|

In a mixed/gig economy so many people have already learned the art of working from home. But suddenly everyone is being asked to do it. For those who have not yet mastered the art of being both productive and professional from home, here are a few suggestions from my experience. ... [Continue Reading]

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