End with the beginning in mind

End with the beginning in mind

In his book The Leadership Rock, Garris Elkins inverts the famous Stephen Covey phrase “begin with the end in mind” to “end with the beginning in mind.” The basic concept is that in order to end well, we must recapture the beginning– the original vision. In this...

Train in a way that’s consistent with your philosophy

Here’s a case study for you:  A ministry that focused on training people in doing relational ministry started with coaching, a hands-on learning process, and focused attention on individuals. Its popularity grew. As the ministry gained more and more people to process...