Recently, some friends asked if I would provide a keynote address at an organization’s 10-year anniversary. It’s an incredible privilege to receive invitations like this; they offer opportunities for deeper relationships, collaboration, and (hopefully) encouragement. I take these invitations seriously. In preparation for this event, I thoroughly researched the organization and carefully prepared my remarks.
We are in the midst of hiring several national and international positions and have had some stellar candidates. However, I’ve been surprised by some simple mistakes people make. Here are just a few common sense suggestions of what to do when you interview: 1. Do your homework. There’s no excuse for being unprepared, especially when everything
A window seat and my iPod create a sacred space where I’m unreachable. It is one of my favorite places for reflection. My 13-hour flight from Dulles International Airport to Addis Abba provided plenty of reflection time – and I found myself thinking about lessons I’ve learned in 2011. Here are the top three ways