Donald Trump & the Difficult Art of the Apology


Perhaps you’ve made a mistake or offended someone. Perhaps you’ve done something unethical, even unknowingly. You know you should apologize. But what makes apologizing so difficult? Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has been in the news lately for some controversial statements, one of them a remark regarding competing candidate John McCain. While Trump initially refused to apologize, he did eventually offer something-like-an-apology. Headlines described: “Trump [Read More...]

The Sweetest Sound: Why It’s Important to Know Your Colleagues’ Names


“A person’s name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language.” – Dale Carnegie Who We Talk To Says Something About Us Many of us come face to face with hundreds of people in the course of our work. To some degree, we need to communicate with each of them, even [Read More...]

5 Ways to Bless Others With Your Words at Work


The words we use in our places of work have the power either to bless or curse, to build others up or to tear them down. Our choice of words often has more power than we realize. In the book of Numbers, we see that one of the chief roles of the Levites is invoking [Read More...]

New Bible Study Resources for You and Your Small Group


This week, we’re releasing 5 new Bible studies in the The Bible and Your Work study series. The lessons in each chapter are designed to be done in 30 minutes–perfect for your lunch break or small group. Each study guides you through scripture, thought-provoking questions and prayer to help you apply the truths of the Bible in [Read More...]

The Influence of Business Leaders’ Faithfulness (Lessons from Ruth)


Guest Contributor: Eileen Sommi Have you ever met someone who is just plain old good? They always do the right thing, even when it’s unpopular or hard. They are kind to everyone, even when no one is watching. They live with a healthy fear of the Lord, always wanting to please him. I have known [Read More...]