Leadership Lesson from the Word: When Vertical & Horizontal Intersect

April 2019 Leadership Lesson from the Word: When Vertical & Horizontal Intersect

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Leadership Lesson from the Word: When Vertical & Horizontal Intersect

Creating A Truly Great Team

Have you ever been part of a great team? Perhaps you played on a great athletic team in high school or college –soccer, basketball or hockey? Or, perhaps you were part of a great music band, vocal group or orchestra? What made that experience great? Our first inclination might be to say, “We won!” or to talk about our accomplishment.

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Why All Work is Collaboration

Great leaders never work alone, including God.

The English verb collaborate is derived from the Latin prefix com, meaning “with, together or jointly,” and laborare meaning “to labor.” To collaborate means to work together. Examples of Christian collaboration are found in the Trinity, the Garden of Eden and the Body of Christ.

The Trinity: Christian…

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From Collaborating to Co-Creating- Dr. T. Lynn Smith

Next Level Leaders Lesson 8 From Collaborating to Co-Creating

The notion of working together seems simple but, it is complex. When you interact with individuals who do not know your personality or how you have worked to achieve what you have, the thought of that certainly leaves cause for concern. I remember as a little girl being asked by my best friend Janice if we could work together on her science project…

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