via Bill Peel
July 24th, 2014

Accessing Spiritual Capital in the Workplace

According to the Small Business Administration, most new businesses fail within the first few years because they are underfunded. Sad but true, success in business is impossible without resources. But did you ever consider that we can be spiritually underfunded too?  If we fail to pray...

via Bill Peel
May 1st, 2014

Good Decisions Require Your Whole Brain

New research from the NeuroLeadership Institute contradicts some commonly held beliefs about decision-making. A couple of examples: Deadlines help us make decisions because they shake off inertia and get us off the dime, right?  And, everyone knows that good decision-making is based on...

via Crosswalk
October 7th, 2011

Vocational Stewardship for the Common Good

by Amy Sherman "Sometimes our vision for doing our work 'as unto the Lord' is 'adverbial,'" writes Dr. Amy Sherman, Director of the Center on Faith in Communities at the Sagamore Institute. "In integrating our faith and work, we focus on the kind of the employees we ought to be: ethical...