I had a call last week from a CEO who was asking about staff retention. She wanted to know what trends we were seeing and how other member organizations in Citygate Network were doing with getting staff to stick around.
This is your busiest time of the year. Your facilities have heavy usage, and there will likely be some breakage and repair work as you continue to serve the multitude that looks to you for critical care.
The bombardment of political ads leading up to the U.S. mid-term elections is leaving giant craters in the American landscape. Such rancor shows how divided we are in these early years of the 21st Century.
One of the sessions in last week’s CEO Summit was titled “It Could All Change in an Instant.” James Li was the instructor. He is one of North America’s foremost experts on security at soft-target locations, particularly churches and ministry organizations.
Last week, I was the guest of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a legal organization committed to protecting religious liberty, free speech, traditional marriage and family, parental rights, and the sanctity of life.
Stephen Eide is a Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow and the author of a new book. He called me the other day at the urging of some mutual friends. He wanted to learn more about Citygate Network and get my perspective on some things for an upcoming article.
Most of you have been out on the dance floor with strategic plans before. Sometimes you do the twist, sometimes you tap dance, and sometimes you waltz your way off the floor, right through the curtains.
Nothing tells tales like numbers: NASDAQ closes down 12 points...gross national product sees increase of more than $16 million...average gas price in Canada tops $1.30 per liter...worldwide Coronavirus recovery cases now at 30,359...monthly screen time up 11 percent...
Becoming Citygate Network allows us to be very intentional about balancing our communications and content between the rescuing that missions and kindred ministries do and the life-transformation work that we need to fully embrace going forward.