If business leaders empower their scattered team, then we are guaranteed to see the most unique of innovations spring from the most unique of times.
Re:Imagine is a short course designed to help Christian business and enterprise leaders navigate their way out of the current COVID season with confidence.
Instead of seeing ourselves as victims, we can position ourselves as leaders of our own lives in this unprecedented time and lean in to change.
During times of great uncertainty and change, people look for confidence, a sense of direction, and a sense of where things are at from their leaders.
Ashley Fell delivered a keynote presentation at The Future of Leadership in Australia and New Zealand on the topic of ‘Leading and managing thriving teams’.
We have such a great responsibility as worship leaders to stand in the gap for others, drawing them deeper into His presence. You are there with purpose.
Former Liberal politician, Stephen O’Doherty, says it was the ‘real’ Scott Morrison that people saw which secured the Coalition’s surprise victory.
How do we lead teams and communicate with generations who are more globally connected, visually engaged and disconnected from face-to-face interaction?
A recent study shows that Australians believe equal representation of women in leadership is important, yet many are not convinced it is being achieved.
This week we are looking at Temple Christian College. Temple Christian College is a Year 7 to 12 school, and has been providing quality education since 1983. They are passionate about their students, and go above and beyond the call of duty. At Temple Christian College, they don’t just teach the required curriculum, they also […]