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Entries by Perry Daniels

The Second 3 Elements of Organizational Clarity

Organizational clarity means an intentionally cultivated work environment. Last week, we looked at the first three elements of organizational clarity: corporate clarity, structural clarity, and role clarity. Below are the remaining elements that help create organizational clarity. Process clarity focuses on aligning HR and people processes and procedures with the company’s mission, vision, and core […]

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Is Your Leadership Team Healthy?

Leadership teams have the power to make or break a business. The outcomes of effective leadership are evident both in the workplace and in biblical examples: When leadership executes strategy, as in Joshua 1:1-9, the outcome is better tactical decisions. When leadership makes effective operational decisions, as in Nehemiah 2:5-18, the result is operational continuity. […]

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The First 3 Elements of Organizational Clarity

Organizational clarity means an intentionally cultivated work environment. Corporate clarity, the first element of organizational clarity, means that everyone in the organization knows the company’s reason for being. This clarity comes through a well communicated mission statement, core values, and vision. The alignment that these elements bring is the foundation for  Covenantal Culture. An organizational […]

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Organizational Clarity: The First Building Block of Covenantal Culture

Organizational clarity means an intentionally cultivated work environment that removes the organizational barriers that often limit employees’ ability to be all that God has made them to be. This process brings clarity to the company’s Mission, core values, and vision Organizational structure Roles and responsibilities HP processes Corporate communications Brand perception Next week, we’ll look […]

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3 Components of Covenantal Culture

Covenantal Culture is created when a company agrees ahead of time how it is going to conduct business. It puts systems in place to facilitate this agreement, practicing the following principles: Organizational Clarity Leadership Clarity Relational Clarity The clarity creates an environment where people can flourish and establishes, reinforces, and perpetuates the company’s impact. Read […]

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What Is Covenantal Culture?

In our work with business owners, we’ve found the tendency to perceive work culture as how people feel about their work environment. To elicit positive feelings, businesses may offer perks like ping pong Fridays and “bring your dog to work.” While we like these ideas, they typically don’t have a meaningful effect on how employees […]

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From Vision to Execution

Your company likely has a mission statement that answers why you do what you do. It may also have a vision statement that answers what. Strategy answers how. For business owners with a Kingdom perspective, we teach that God set the example as the greatest strategic planner. There are many examples of strategic planning in […]

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Covenantal Culture

Organizations seeking to attract and retain exceptional employees understand that corporate culture is a critical component of job satisfaction. Christian business leaders often seek to create what we call Covenantal Culture, which frames workplace relationships; creates clarity around expectations, rights, and responsibilities; and establishes how business will be conducted. To learn more about creating Covenantal […]

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Determining Purpose: Finding Personal Identity

Kingdom-minded business owners recognize that God thinks generationally. That is, He has a purpose in mind for the business that extends beyond the current owner, as well as a purpose in mind for the owner that extends beyond the business. If a business owner can establish their identity distinct from the  business they run, it […]

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Determining Purpose: Prioritizing Business Continuity

Continuity planning prepares a business to survive unexpected changes. Intentionally preparing and equipping successors to lead and establishing proactive timelines can guard your company against disruption if an unexpected situation develops. To learn more about using a biblical worldview to develop a continuity plan, log in to read our Determining Purpose white paper.

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