A small group concept that take place over the course of a year in monthly meetings. During this time you will be equipped to develop your business’ purpose, build an aligned leadership team, develop a Kingdom culture within your organization, and foster a relational style of leadership with your leaders and team members.
Giving. This topic stirs a variety of emotions. For some, it creates great joy – even happiness – knowing the benefits it can provide for others. For others, it causes frustration; having limited financial resources, some people feel they can barely meet their own needs, let alone give to help others.
Discipleship in business means learning how to apply Biblical principles to everyday decisions. Financial discipleship is important because Jesus said, “You cannot serve both God and Money.” (Matthew 6:24) Money is a major competitor for our devotion. Financial discipleship is learning to serve God and use business finances for His purposes. This reading plan will help you discern God’s ways in handling money in your business.
Many people in the business and professional world work extremely long hours, sometimes seven days a week, ignoring their need for personal refreshment. They ignore this paradox of being able to accomplish more if we work less, setting aside time for much-needed rest.
Do your employees know what it takes to be a good leader? When you’re hiring or promoting for a leader role, do you know exactly what qualities you’re looking for?