How do younger leaders need to develop as disciples, followers,and leaders? How can senior leaders encourage, support, and challenge? What are some of the gaps between the generations, and how should Lausanne seek to bridge those gaps on a global scale? This article will seek to answer such questions by drawing from a number of relevant surveys…
29 Jul 2020
Trainer, Speaker, Author, and Blogger, Beth Kanter shares a shortlist of 9 best practices for increasing your team member’s engagement and participation in your online meetings….
24 Mar 2020
Liberating Structures are easy-to-learn
microstructures (activities) that enhance relational coordination and trust. They quickly foster lively participation in groups of any size, making it possible to truly include and unleash everyone….
31 Oct 2019
The Needs, Contribution, Benefit, Risk matrix helps potential or current partners clearly and transparently share their needs, identify partner contributions, individual and network benefits, and surface potential risks….
31 Oct 2019
Networks are not the answer to every challenge. Here are ten questions to ask yourself when considering whether a network or partnership structure would be the best answer…
16 Aug 2019
The Arukah network uses storytelling as one of the ways that it raises awareness, inspires others, and creates change. It recommends using a “STAR” Storytelling model to create simple, high-impact stories…
12 Jul 2019
Mark Avery shows how design thinking tools can help networks better understand their work’s context, increase engagement, strengthen collaboration, and improve the probability of a viable solution…
20 Jun 2019
The authors share four mindset shifts needed for grantmakers to be an effective network participant and offer practical recommendations for how grantmakers can support networks….
03 Jun 2019
This blog post from Bekele Shanko and John Becker of GACX is written as a letter to a church planter in Europe. In it, they share five principles for starting powerful church planting partnerships…