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Hey, I’m just here to serve.
The One Minute Change That Will Transform Your Company. Or your church. It’s about people, people.
“We should never walk past [people who are] looking at a map or if they visibly look lost. I tell my staff that [this is an] opportunity to step up and see how you can help them. If I do see that you walked past them, because you have other things on your mind, we need to have a conversation and think about whether or not you should still work here.”
Nine Ways to Say “Thanks” to Your Team. I repeat: it’s about people, people.
Introverts on your team will never ask for it, and they might squirm a little when it happens, but everyone, everywhere appreciates public recognition. A thank you from the pastor, a note in the bulletin, balloons and a sign in the lobby – get creative in how you can say a general (or specific) thanks to your team.
At Last. Real grooms see real brides for the first time on their wedding day. I’ll admit: I’m always a sucker for this stuff. Maybe because the groom is usually blocking my view of who everybody else is looking at.