Tag: culture

  • Quote of the Week: Ray Clark

    “One of my biggest concerns is how to sustain a people-and-culture-first organization when the rest of the business world seems to care less and less about either…” -Ray Clark, The Marketing Arm

  • The Do’s and Don’ts of Small Groups (Full Version)

    My readers provided some very positive feedback about my previous series “The Do’s and Don’ts of Small Groups” so here are all five blog entries in one, single location.  The Do’s and Don’ts of Small Groups: DON’T: Share everybody’s personal information. When I friend you on Facebook, it doesn’t mean I want to buy Pampered Chef […]

  • Social Media and Leaders: WHO (2 of 3)

    Start Here: Right now, you have an audience. And someone is most likely representing your organization simply by showing up on social media. Is it an employee? Is it a customer? A church member? Or is it a disgruntled former manager/whatever? You have an audience, and someone is communicating with them. Key leaders in your […]

  • Social Media And Leaders: Why (1 of 3)

    Leaders should take advantage of Social Media to connect with others and engage the culture. Tomorrow I’ll talk about WHO really matters in the public eye in relation to your organization. And finally I’ll discuss HOW to utilize social media. But today, I’ll tell you WHY: Because most people are using social media to connect […]

  • Do’s And Don’ts of Small Groups (5 of 5)

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Small Groups: DON’T: Assume childcare is no big deal. The absolute dumbest thing you can do is claim small groups (or any other meeting for that matter) are essential and vital to your mission, and follow up with the phrase “childcare will not be provided.” Childcare is a really big […]

  • Do’s And Don’ts of Small Groups (4 of 5)

    The Do’s and Don’ts of Small Groups: DON’T: Make your small group into its own church. Your small group is the front line of your church disciple making strategy; it is not a separate entity. If you really believe your church is on the wrong track unless you do certain things against the church’s wishes […]