Navigating “In Between”

By Jim Neudorf A job posting had come up and I was pursuing it.  The process was going like it was supposed to:  a strong resume, my networking was connecting, the telephone interview went well and led to the in-person interview.  Everything was fitting together for a...

At Just the Right Time…

By Dan Reinhardt “At just the right time … Christ died for the ungodly.”  (Romans 5:6) In the midst of the busyness and chaos of human history, God, at certain times, steps in “at just the right time.” Christmas 2000 years ago was one of those moments. Life was going...

Why Change is So Hard

By Dallas Bidell Why is it so hard to sustain substantial long-term change for the better both in my personal life (e.g., losing weight) or in an organization? In the book Immunity to Change, Robert Kegan and Lisa Laskow Lahey tackle that question head-on with...

Eight Things to Love About Change

By Verdeen Bueckert Dan wrote of an intense experience with leading change in the last blog – here’s another perspective! Three years ago, I was handed a frightening assignment. An extensive change initiative in my unit at Foothills hospital had stalled, and it...

How to Change Things Without Getting Shot

By Dr. Dan Reinhardt I had not planned on being a “Change Agent.” Oh, I was good with vision that tweaked and refined. It was fun being in a growing church, adding programs and staff, building a new campus. We were the flagship church for our denomination, and our...
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