Personality Types in Church Settings: Research by Regier & Barlow-Thompson
Nate Regier, Ph.D. of Next Element, along with Adam Barlow-Thompson, a Methodist pastor and Process Communication Model trainer, have published their research on the distribution of Kahler Personality Types in a church congregation as compared to the general population. Read More
Asking For Help…It’s A Game Changer!
Asking for help is a simple concept that, for some, can be deceivingly difficult to implement. I offer you the following personal experience as an example. Read More
Five Questions You Won’t Hear During A Presidential Debate
In an age of divisiveness and sensationalism, it's unlikely that we'll hear the presidential candidates talk about the kinds of leadership behavior that builds long-lasting, win-win relationships. Nevertheless, here are some questions I'd like to hear the candidates answer. Read More
Four Easy Excuses That Will Drive Leaders Over The Edge
We've discovered four common excuses leaders make that drive them over the edge. If any of these apply to you, here are solutions to take responsibility and take back your life back. Read More
Is Relationship Drama Shortening Your Life?
A large study in Denmark, reported in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, found that people who are constantly involved in conflict with their families, friends, and neighbors are more likely to die in middle age. Read More
Top Five Leadership Blog Posts of 2015
If you are a busy leader, I'm guessing you want top quality, curated information that you can use immediately. Here they are, the top five most viewed posts of 2015. Read More
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