Posts from Russ Cline

Be A Creative Leader

Let’s face it… sometimes it’s just MORE WORK to do something with more creativity. As leaders, we are often looking for the easiest way and the quickest way to get something done. We’ve got too much on our “to-do list”,

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Creative Staff Meetings

Your time connecting with your staff on a regular basis should be one of the most important meetings you have, so put some energy into it to make it ENGAGING, ENLIGHTENING and EMPOWERING. This morning I was asked for some

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It’s Time for a Kick!

Being creative takes work. Sometimes I just want to do things the easy way, the simple way, the way that requires the least amount of effort. Sometimes I don’t even care if what I’m doing has meaning, I just want

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Learn to Focus

Today is a perfect example of an issue I deal with on a regular basis. I wonder if you fall into the same trap. I started the day by doing all of the RIGHT things: I made my list I

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Learning to Work SMARTER

I remember when I was assigned to read the book entitled, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.” by Stephen R. Covey.  I was a student in grad school and was struggling with balancing my graduate studies, a full-time job,

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How to END a Partnership

We never really talk about this because we don’t want to consider that the partnership might now work out, however there are many reasons for partnerships to not continue forward. Here are a couple: There’s no NEED for the Partnership

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Rushing Into Partnership

We all believe that having a healthy strategic partnership is a great thing but many times we rush into partnership without asking some really important questions first. I had an early experience in “partnership building” while in college. I remember

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Be Thankful In Your Fundraising

We celebrate Thanksgiving here in the United States tomorrow, and it’s a day that’s set aside for us to stop and be thankful for all that God has done for us and provided for us. Of course, we celebrate this

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5 Fundraising Questions You Might Be Asking

Recently, I wrote to a number of non-profit leaders asking them a couple of questions about fundraising issues they have experienced, and out of the responses of about 25 global leaders, I want to answer 5 questions on fundraising for

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Fundraising Begins With The Message

This past week, I had the privilege to provide some training to a group of leaders in the Philippines. I was presenting a couple of workshops on how to recruit team members and how to keep team members. In both

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