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LeaderSpeak: Changing Culture

LeaderSpeak: Changing Culture

30 May 2012

“The really important thing about culture is it must result in behaviours,” says Lt. Col. Miriam Gluyas as she examines changing culture. ...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Fire

LeaderSpeak: Fire

23 May 2012

Commissioner James Condon reflects on his time as Captain of the bush fire brigade at Falls Creek an...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Growth

LeaderSpeak: Growth

16 May 2012

Colonels Wayne and Robyn Maxwell talk about first impressions, welcoming spaces and the importance o...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Doing whatever it takes

LeaderSpeak: Doing whatever it takes

9 May 2012

Commissioner James Condon talks about mission, innovation, and why leadership sometimes needs to say...Read more

LeaderSpeak: prayer and holiness

LeaderSpeak: prayer and holiness

2 May 2012

Commissioner Jan Condon discusses the “big brick that has fallen out of the wall” – the first Missio...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Culture

LeaderSpeak: Culture

26 April 2012

In this weeks LeaderSpeak, Commissioner James Condon urges us to find a balance between changing cul...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Community

LeaderSpeak: Community

18 April 2012

Miriam Gluyas discusses the need of the church to be a safe community, explores what it means to liv...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Coping with change

LeaderSpeak: Coping with change

11 April 2012

Commissioner James Condon talks about embracing and adapting to change and discusses how we can do c...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Creative Initiatives

LeaderSpeak: Creative Initiatives

4 April 2012

Colonel Wayne Maxwell applauds the principle centred, people focused ministries being launched aroun...Read more

LeaderSpeak: Encouragement

LeaderSpeak: Encouragement

28 March 2012

Commissioner James Condon speaks about the importance of affirmation in his own life and ministry, a...Read more

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