Creativity is important in a number of roles in any given organization. But sometimes, creativity can be absent and hard to muster. How do we keep ourselves, and our teams, creative? Here are four helpful suggestions.
“Email, boring ol’ email, can be your most effective form of communication,” writes Mike Lukaszewski. Even with the popularity of social media, email is still one of the more effective forms of communication. Here are three keys to sending better emails.
Do you feel like your work environment is more negative that it has to be sometimes? All of us could use some more positivity from time to time. In fact, positive work environments have a positive effect on productivity, says the Harvard Business Review.
How might leaders be more like “shepherds” and less like “bosses,” which often comes with a negative connotation? My colleague and friend Selma Wilson has some good thoughts on shepherd leadership.
A lot of noise surrounds conversations regarding introversion and extroversion, and if any of that stuff really matters. Kevin Spratt, who works here at LifeWay, reflects on the benefits that come along with being an introverted leader.