Things to Check Out

Here’s a sampling of interesting things I found on the interwebs the past couple of weeks:

Guy Kawasaki talks about the difficulty of implementation and other thoughts on entrepreneurship in an article from the New York Times – read it here.  (Thanks to the folks at Leadership Turn for the original post.)

Tony Morgan shared a story and some insight into the “other duties as assigned” part of a job description and what your response could say about you.

There was an article in The Wall Street Journal about the use of “Mystery Shoppers” in Churches.  Definitely some heated conversation about this one.  (h/t: anne jackson)

Casey Ross added a page on his blog about Closing a Church.  This is an area where he has some great insight and loves to help others avoid some of the pitfalls he’s seen.  By the way, if you don’t currently subscribe to his blog, go subscribe now.

Pastor Steven Furtick wrote about Developing People, and what they’re currently doing to continue to develop their staff and key leaders.

Michael Hyatt spoke about how they’re Leading Powerful Conversations at Thomas Nelson, and he gives some practical tips that should help you start to do the same in your organization.

Seth Godin advises us all to, “Be Careful Who You Work For.”

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