Lately, we have been discussing “Choosing Hope” as a leader. This time, we are challenging you to “Choose Encouragement.” Jerry Murray, Amy Clark, and Gina Breslin share how they have been encouraged or are encouraging others in this challenging season.
In this Instant Insight, Roger North discusses how hope is the indispensable currency of leadership. If you are a leader, we encourage you to ask yourself the following questions: 1. Where does my hope come from? 2. How can I reach deep into my reservoir of hope so that it overflows to the people I […]
Through The North Group Podcast, our team invites you into their discussions on a range of topics including organizational health and leadership development, while seeking to instill hope, build character, model an others-centered focus, and encourage balanced living. To begin, our theme is “Brought to Light” – conversations on long-standing, popular phrases focusing on […]
Over the past 30 years, LCBC (Lives Changed By Christ) has been very intentional about developing strategic priorities that enable them to introduce as many people as possible to Jesus Christ. Join us as we interview David Ashcraft, Senior Pastor of LCBC, to learn more about their unique approach to creating a competitive edge and staying focused […]
I distinctly remember a Managers Meeting with a long-time client. There were about 50 people in the room. I was given the opportunity to discuss progress that had been made in the organization. Over time, the organization had drifted (as many do) away from their original mission and core values. Together with the family and […]
Lancaster County Community Foundation’s innovative approach to philanthropy and community leadership has impacted and shaped Lancaster County in significant ways. Join us as we interview Sam Bressi, President and CEO of Lancaster County Community Foundation, to learn more about their unique competitive advantage and innovation philosophy!
I distinctly remember entering my daughter’s first grade classroom many years ago. Prominently displayed on posters around the room were “classroom rules.” When I inquired about their origin, the teacher informed me that on the first day of school she conducted a “class meeting.” The class was asked to decide what rules should apply given […]