spirituality

Jesus and the Apostles

Jesus as Global Leader (Part VII)—Spirituality

Though it may sound strange to modern ears, the business world has witnessed a growing interest in spirituality in the workplace. Thus Marquardt and Berger list “Spirituality” as one of the qualities of a successful global leader. They write: Many cutting-edge leaders are helping their companies set off on spiritual journeys that are attempts to create a sense of meaning and purpose at work and a connection between the company and its people (p. 26).…

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Five Myths about Spirituality

SPIRITUALITY HAS BECOME A HOT TOPIC.  Since Thomas Moore’s publication of Care for the Soul in 1994, more than 800 books have been published with the word “soul” in the title. An Amazon.com search for books with the word “spirit,” “spiritual,” or “spirituality,” in the title yielded 39,181 results. I did the same with Google.com–searching only in the titles of web pages–and came up with 3,380,000 hits! The problem, however, is that there is no consensus…

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Beautifully Imperfect

Tango is a beautifully romantic dance conceived by the Italian immigrants to Argentina. When I had the opportunity to see it performed, the seemingly absolute perfection of the dancers gracefully moving across the floor never ceased amaze me. Of course, the people who were dancing were far from perfect and knowing this made their dance seem even more beautiful. We are more able to see the good in others and in ourselves when we are…

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The Assessment Difficulty Pyramid

I want to share a diagram with you that came to me the other day. It’s about how different kinds of criteria differ in terms of how difficult they are to assess. If assessing the performance of others is part of your job description, then you may find this diagram helpful. Skills At the base of the diagram, you can find the things that are easiest to assess because they are easier to measure. Skills-based…

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  • Isaiah 53:3-4 March 30, 2020
    “He was despised and rejected by mankind, a man of suffering, and familiar with pain. Like one from whom people hide their faces he was despised, and we held him in low esteem. Surely he took up our pain and bore our suffering, yet we considered him punished by God, stricken by him, and afflicted.”
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