Is your organization or ministry at a standstill? Can’t seem to breakthrough to the next level?
One of the anchors holding your ministry or organization back could be you don’t have the right people on your team. In his book, Good to Great, Jim Collins
These two terms are often used interchangeably but they are really quite different from one another. The manager’s job is to plan, organize, and coordinate, while the leader’s job is to inspire and motivate. In his 1989 book “On Becoming a Leader,” Warren Bennis composed
Anyone who knows me well, knows of my deep and abiding love for — and commitment to — Israel. I have traveled to the Land of the Bible more than 20 times and never grow tired of visiting the biblical sites I have read about
The other day I was talking with a client about what information needed to go on their website. When a potentially thorny issue was being discussed for inclusion on the site, I thought of the following true story.
There was a car wash in Decatur, Ill.,
We all have something to say. Whether we enjoy verbalizing it or not, we all have an opinion. Expressing those opinions can not only be valuable to you, but to your entire organization.
Thought leadership is a fancy term for just that — expressing your opinion
The Region's 100 Fastest Growing Companies
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Export, Pa. (August 25, 2015) — Infinity Concepts has been named as one of the Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Pittsburgh region by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Infinity Concepts is a faith-based advertising agency
Are you willing to work for free? Because you should be evaluating what worth your salary truly holds.
Okay, maybe working for free isn’t ideal (or fun). But do you love what you do for a living? Do you truly have a passion for your work?
The ultimate goal of project management is to be able to deliver projects on time and on budget. Without proper planning and strategy, you can easily jeopardize your projects and cause damage to all key stakeholders. Feeling the pressure? Here are five secrets for staying
How many times have you heard people connected to your organization say, “We do so many great things but so few people know about us.”? As a leader, that is a big red flag to you and a major call to action.
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