Tuesday, September 19, 2017

what I've learned from working with my mentors



Poet David Whyte teaches "conversational leadership" as a framework that helps organizations bring soul back into the workplace and more effectively navigate change, writes a Presbyterian pastor.

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Judicatories help us remember and uphold the common good, facilitate collaboration and learning, leverage economies of scale, and model a faithful response to change, writes a managing director of Leadership Education at Duke Divinity.

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Despite their reputation, rats -- at least the domesticated variety -- are warm, empathetic companions who challenge the lines we draw between "lovable" and "unworthy," says an Episcopal priest. Remember them and other unpopular pets this St. Francis Day.

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Reading contemporary fiction, with its obsession with infidelity, got a Wheaton professor thinking about why he finds faithfulness far more interesting.

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Yes, it would be fun to be trained by Yoda on the planet Dagobah. But it's the less eccentric elements of humility, vulnerability, honesty and wisdom that make for a fruitful mentoring relationship, writes a young pastor.

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