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Gain access to Daily Workout materials:
- Same clever content used by Synergy Group Members.
- Connection to others via the ALL-ACCESS Water Cooler.
- Thoughtful business leadership questions.
- Great conversation starters about Christian faith.
- Deeper thought inspired by Biblical references.
- Quarterly and weekly goal setting.
- Access from any device at any time.
- Perfect for group and individual study.
- Light-hearted Wisdom for Serious Business.
Through the Lens of "Change":
- Paradigm Shift: We discussed how the Stockdale Paradox emphasizes perseverance through and acceptance of brutal facts. (James 1:6-8, Psalm 107:28-30)
- Agile Leadership: We highlighted Bill Joiner’s Change Model and our Agile Leadership arena, level, and type. (1 Timothy 4:8-10)
- Recovering from Mistakes: We brainstormed about the consequences, rehearsal, patience, and grace of mistakes when trying to appear confident and competent. (Ephesians 5:8, Romans 12:19)
- Taking Out the Trash: We discovered how change forces us to consider the components in our environment that need to be tossed out, refined, or created. (Mark 2:21, Mark 2:22)
- Leaders Need Spacesuits: We had a great conversation about why leaders, like astronauts, need protection, navigation, and power to prevent damage, achieve goals, and focus energy. (Romans 12:18, Ephesians 6:10, 11)
- Leading Teams Under Pressure: We explored how challenging situations tempt teams toward changing processes, leaning on ‘favorites’, and focusing on good news instead of preparation, experts, and reality. (Proverbs 21:20, 1 Thessalonians 5:6)
- The Longest Day, Ever!: We focused on how sharing the workplace experience challenges us to continue our influence on education planning, self-discovery, and bully prevention. (Proverbs 13:20, John 14:26)
- Pick Your Triangle: We reflected on how the David Emerald’s Empowerment Triangle draws us into our best roles as Creator, Challenger, and Coach. (Romans 14:12, 13)
- Taskage™: Addressing the Difficult: We learned what leaders should reassess, renegotiate, and reestablish to bring difficult efforts to a close. (2 Corinthians 4:8-9, Psalm 128:2)
- Using a Different “Yes”: We talked about the power of using “yes, and…”, inviting solutions, acknowledging change, and staying positive. (2 Timothy 1:7)
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