Articles

November 4th, 2018

Mark Greene: Boaz, the Godly Manager

Mark Greene grew up Jewish and became a Christian in his early twenties. He worked in advertising in London and New York before becoming Vice-Principal and Lecturer of Communications at the London School of Theology. He now serves as Executive Director of the London Institute for...

November 3rd, 2018

Andy Mills - Passion in Business

Andy Mills is the Executive Chairman and President at Archegos Capital Management. He was the former Chief Executive Officer of the Thomson Financial and Professional Publishing unit of The Thomson Corporation, where he was also a member of the Board. Andy is also a Senior Fellow at The...

September 22nd, 2014

Who Could Use a Pat on the Back?

How do you recognize someone at work who has done an outstanding job? J.B. Wood believes we should recognize people's work whenever we catch them doing a good job at something, large or small. This doesn't mean we need to throw a party, he explains.  Sincerely saying, "Good job. I...

via LinkedIn
August 29th, 2013

The Highest ROI Management Tool in Business

What causes a team of highly talented, usually reserved, hardcore engineers to show effusive, unbridled happiness? The CEO at LinkedIn writes about what he believes is the tool that brings the highest return on investment in management. It’s available to everyone, costs essentially nothing...

January 15th, 2013

Management Is (Still) Not Leadership

John Kotter argues that the words "management" and "leadership" are not interchangeable. He offers three primary misconceptions and explains that while leadership is needed at every level, over-management is not the key to success.

Channel(s): Leadership: Workplace
via Forbes
January 15th, 2013

The Top 5 Ways To Manage Closed-Minded, Defensive, Truth-Resistant People

Steven Berglas offers a secular psychological approach to handling difficult people. While his solutions could benefit from a biblical perspective, he identifies specific types of reactions to criticism which are beneficial to any executive. How do you respond to difficult people?

Channel(s): Doing Your Job
January 15th, 2013

10 Questions to Ask and Answer When Delegating

Ron Moore writes for Faith Village about the process of delegation and answers thought-provoking questions concerning effective and efficient delegation. What is important to you when delegating or receiving tasks?

October 9th, 2012

When Bosses Do Harm

Bad bosses don’t wake up and ask themselves: How can I derail the corporate strategy today?” According to Dr. Kannan Ramaswamy and Dr. Bill Youngdahl, ineffective leaders are caught in a "hindrance trap" blinding them of the harm they do to their organizations.  At least three forces...

June 8th, 2012

No Jerks on the Job

Ron Newton, author Contrary to popular opinion, the greatest threat to American business is not the current economic deficit, it is the deficit of character in America’s workplace brought by an increasing number of adult-age, workplace brats. As reported in countless media stories, this “...

February 16th, 2012

Terry London and Ned Fleming Speak about Faith at Work

Friends at work and worship, Terry London and Ned Fleming spoke to the LeTourneau student body about how faith impacts their work. Terry London, President of London broadcasting Company, and former CEO of Gaylord Entertainment, operates TV stations serving 2.7 million Texas...