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How to Practice Dynamic Leadership

From businesses to nonprofits to the military, all organizations can benefit from dynamic leadership. Cpl. Matthew Progen at the Marine Corps Association & Foundation describes dynamic leadership as a dual-focused form of adaptive leadership where a leader reacts to changes by being proactive. It requires a fluid style of leadership…

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6 Common Leadership Challenges

Leadership challenges exist for any manager or mentor. Businesses require leaders who are skilled at guiding employees, helping develop workers’ skills and providing direction for the organization. The following sections illustrate some of the most common leadership challenges in 2017. 1.    Building Trust Almost one in three employees don’t trust…

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How to Start a Nonprofit Organization

Starting a nonprofit organization such as a church or charity can help you make a difference in the world and in the lives of others. Once you have the idea for your nonprofit, you can incorporate the organization to gain the formal structure that enables it to have limited liability.…

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A Guide to the Employee Onboarding Process

Each year in the United States, more than 25 percent of the working population experiences career transitions, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Managers begin new jobs every two to four years, and in Fortune 500 companies alone, approximately 500,000 managers take on new roles each year.…

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Church Planting: Ministering to New Communities

Christ loved the church and gave Himself for her (Ephesians 5:25 NKJV). Although the biblical church is not a building — it is the body of Christ (Ephesians 1:22-23) and it is made up of people who put their faith in Him — local churches are a part of the…

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How to Create a Nonprofit Marketing Plan

Nonprofit organizations face “the biggest digital marketing challenge of all: having no money,” according to marketer Margot da Cunha at WordStream. “To operate, thrive, and raise awareness for their cause without spending a substantial amount of money can seem impossible in a world of bigger, louder, and more financially equipped…

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Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD

Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) belongs to a class of mental disorders known as trauma- and stressor-related disorders. This class of disorders includes disorders in which exposure to a traumatic or stressful event is listed explicitly as a diagnostic criterion, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth…

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What Is a Community Health Worker?

A community health worker improves the health of individuals and communities. This position provides a link between the community, health educators and other healthcare and social service professionals. However, there are some differences in how community health workers are defined. “Community health workers are known by many different names in…

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Psychotherapy vs Counseling: Understanding Mental Health Terminology

Some of the most common terms for treatment and occupations in mental health can be confusing. Many of these words are interchangeable and can vary in connotation from person to person. The following sections help clarify what certain terms, such as psychotherapy and counseling, mean. Psychotherapy vs Counseling Psychotherapy and…

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Human Service Careers: Case Manager

A case manager is uniquely qualified to understand client needs and desires, helping advocate for and coordinate appropriate care. As a result, this fills an essential role in the social services and health care fields, as well as in several specialty areas. Follow along for more information on this career…

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