25The craving of a sluggard will be the death of him, because his hands refuse to work.
One of the most difficult aspects of being a Christian leader is disciplining those who are not pulling their weight. Many weak leaders will ignore the behavior or even have one of their other direct reports try to intervene.
Employee performance issues are an inevitable part of the workplace.
Do you know a leader who will do almost anything possible to avoid having to face the disciplining of the rogue employee?
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In an economy that is yielding very little career opportunities, we are excited to be retained by this wonderful organization, St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church to assist in recruiting a Business Administrator for their Fairfax, VA location.
Purpose of Position
The Administrator is to manage all business and office administration functions and oversee overall operations, which includes the general responsibility of oversight of finances, administrative staff, and facilities operations. In addition, the Administrator identifies and plans for the changing needs of the organization and contributes to cost-effective management. The Administrator also participates in management meetings and shares responsibility in a team environment for strategic planning.
Some Of The Essential Duties
Some Required Personal Attributes
Some Position Requirements
Due to the overwhelming response we anticipate we ask that you are patient during the selection and interview process. All qualified applicants will be notified.
Please review the following Mission and Vision Statements and include how you would support mission attainment while aligning yourself with the vision. Cover letters should include why you should be considered for the position and what would make you the best candidate.
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church
Mission Statement: Our mission is to help people grow in fervent love for God, for one another, and for those without Christ, both locally and globally.
Our vision is to see the whole world become fully devoted disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ in the true, apostolic, Christian faith, and members of His eternal family.
Serious and confidential inquiries: HR@InHISNameHR.com
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Administrative Assistant (Full Time)
Levi’s Building Components is a wholesale supplier of metal roofing screws, fasteners, specialty screws, metal roof snow guards and more. Levi’s Building Components is a locally owned and highly respected company that has been in business for over 30 years.
The Administrative Assistant has primary responsibility for ensuring the orderly operation of an effective executive office through their use of expert administrative capabilities. Additionally it is important to note that the Administrative Assistant will assist in ensuring that management is effective by ensuring orderliness in organizational administration.
Some Essential Skills
Impeccable data entry skills, Excellent writing skills, Telephone Skills, Verbal Communication, Professionalism, Self-Confidence, Customer Focus, ability to Multi-task, Customer Service, and Microsoft Office proficiency.
Some Essential Duties
Some Position Requirements
Like all Levi’s employees, the conduct of this representative must be consistent with good character, must be reflective of our company’s Values, support Levi’s Mission, and help assist in Vision attainment.
All qualified individuals may submit a resume and letter of interest to:
A new season is ahead of us on LinkedIn!
Career Network @LCBC Church has changed its name to Christian Professionals of Central Pennsylvania (CPCP).
Why are we changing? The name change manifests our desire to grow outside LCBC Church into a wider Christian audience reaching multiple churches and a broad spectrum of Christian professionals.
Please help us expand our reach. Invite your friends, pastors, ministry leaders, family members, and colleagues to join our group.
It has been a blessing serving LCBC and the community through the Career Network these past five years. CPCP looks forward to serving a much broader audience in the future.
Our New Summary
Our mission is to provide effective education and networking opportunities for Christian professionals in the Central Pennsylvania region, helping our members to better serve others as ambassadors of Christ in the marketplace.
Our New Description
At the core of all we do lies our fervent desire to help Christian professionals grow their businesses and furnish a healthy environment that promotes and provides support and encouragement, fostering businesses opportunities that financially benefit the Central Pennsylvania region.
Our New Group Rules
Welcome to our group. We are excited by our rapid growth and you will find we are a close, passionate group. Our group is intended as a safe haven to discuss Scripture, Christ, and our daily walk with Him as Christians in the workplace. We want to encourage each other to boldly proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ in our homes, communities, and workplaces in a way that is scripturally sound, not offensive, and in ways relevant to the people around us.
We initially began in order to connect job seekers to job opportunities and as a mission outreach through LCBC Church. It has since expanded to include Christian business leaders, pastors and ministry leaders.
You can choose to ‘follow’ or ‘not follow’ any discussion by simply marking your choice on the upper left corner of the discussion’s lead post—we encourage you to do this rather than engage in debate. If you read something on this site that you feel contradicts our stated beliefs or is uncivil, please let us know so that we can address it.
The following activities are not permitted: advertising, fundraising for individuals, political and/or overt self-promotion, SEO, social media assistance (including LinkedIn and Facebook), and topics falling outside of Christ, Scripture, and our daily walk with Him. Also not permitted or are links to sites that aggressively seek to obtain member emails or promote blogs.
We also do not permit direct links to other blogs, sites without a detailed description as to what the article is about, or “How to”-type discussions related to social media. The reason is that these types of discussions have the potential to become too numerous and we would rather they be posted in other groups. Please note that discussions falling into any of these categories will be deleted without notice.
Please take note that we do not permit any advertising or marketing posts within our general discussions area.
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10God is not unjust; He will not forget your work and the love you have shown Him as you have helped His people and continue to help them.
We have lost our way in the area of helping others. Recently, there was a news story where a woman was stabbed to death more than thirty times and an astounding number of people stood and watched and did nothing. There are YouTube videos of people being ignored after being hit by cars, buses — you name it — and yet we just keep going on with our lives and navigate around what has become nothing more than a temporary distraction. We are truly desensitized as a nation. This is caused by a variety of conditioning processes, but the bottom line is that we have become cold, unfeeling people!
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6Do not let your mouth lead you into sin. And do not protest to the temple messenger, “My vow was a mistake.” Why should God be angry at what you say and destroy the work of your hands?
Have you ever watched really good employees produce excellent results and then ruin it all with their arrogance? Have you ever witnessed a senior executive deliver a passionate speech that rocked your world but, at the end, credit themselves and not their teams?
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If you are hoping for different results for your organization, but are stuck doing the same things over and over again…Outrigger is for you.
If your organization is looking for answers, you will find them at Outrigger.
Our presenters are exceptional. The fellowship and iron-sharpening-iron that you will experience during our round table discussions will strengthen you and your organization.
We cover the following in our roundtable/focused discussions:
-Relevant business topics for Marketplace Leadership
-Casting Your Organization’s Vision
-Idea Generation and Execution
-Cultivating Gift Donors
-Media Relations (Earned Media)
-Out of the Box Promotions
-Strategic Planning for Your Future
-Reaching the Next Generation
-Donor Development vs. Serving Your Ministry Partners
-Board of Directors vs. Bored Directors
-Auditing Your Ministry
-Creative Ideas for Raising Money
-What is Your Ministry’s Brand (Customer Experience)?
-Telling Your Story
-and much, much more!
Outrigger Experience: Conference Leaders
January 23-24, 2015
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Recorded live 3PM December 17, 2014
740 AM WVCH Philadelphia PA
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WVCH is a Blessing – Serving Greater Philadelphia and The Delaware Valley Christian Listeners for over 50 years!
Tune in and listen to WVCH’s weekly radio show “Be The Guest,” hosted by Charlotte Cosden. The topic is “4 Keys for Business Success”. Guest Mark A. Griffin, Chief Consultant at In HIS Name HR shared his experiences in helping shape organizations to be Christ centered and profitable.
With over 20 years of Human Resources experience at both fortune (Kodak, Quaker Oats, and Merck) as well as small and mid-sized companies, Mark has seen it all.
Podcast to be aired after the broadcast.