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Fairness is Overrated: And 51 Other Leadership Principles to Revolutionize Your Workplace
This book is easy to read and goes beyond cliche leadership content to offer 51 principles you can easily apply in your daily life.
Cambridge Leadership Associates
This organization offers two-day leadership workshops that include interactive exercises for serious self-reflection, problem solving, conflict resolution, and more.
Building Church Leaders
This website of practical training packs quickly equips leaders and teams for effective ministry. Content spans over 100 topics including staff orientation, facilities management, and discipling in a digital age.
Canoeing the Mountains: Christian Leadership in Uncharted Territory
This book uses the story of Lewis and Clark as a conceptual framework to approach leadership, specifically how to lead in an unfamiliar landscape by reflecting then acting.
Change and Conflict in Your Congregation (Even If You Hate Both): How to Implement Conscious Choices, Manage Emotions and Build a Thriving Christian Community
This book frames conflict as a tool to move congregations forward if used positively. In this resource, conflict can spark changes that will allow your congregation to tell a new story about its identity, purpose, and future.
The Practice of Adaptive Leadership: Tools and Tactics for Changing Your Organization and the World
This thought-provoking book on leadership offers readers with tools they can use to become more effective and confident leaders.
This organization provides a wide variety of resources, such as coaching, workshops, and blogs, to help congregations and youth ministers build a sustainable youth ministry.
Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change
Written by an organizational consultant, this book contains business-based examples of healthy transitional changes that can be applied to congregations, offering insight on how to manage organizational and personal change.
This organization promotes innovation among congregations by connecting entrepreneurial clergy and laity to discuss new knowledge applicable for strategic planning.
Adapt to Thrive: How Your Church Must Identify Itself as a Unique Species, Modify Its Dysfunctional Behaviors, and Multiply Its Transformational Influence in Your Community
This book pushes readers to view the church as an organism --- something that must survive through adaption. This resource supplies readers with ten adaptive principles for congregations to thrive.
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