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Finding God in Silicon Valley is a fascinating website that wisely chronicles the presence of God’s kingdom in, you guessed it, Silicon Valley. Skip Vaccarello is the author of this website, which he fills with fascinating interviews, news stories, video clips, and the like. Skip has collected many of his stories in the book, Finding […]
I just read a fascinating article in the New York Times Magazine, something I’d recommend to all leaders and managers. “What Google Learned From Its Quest to Build the Perfect Team” was written by Charles Duhigg, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and bestselling author. This article is an excerpt from Duhigg’s forthcoming book, Smarter, Faster, Better: The Secrets of […]
There’s a fascinating piece that has just been published in The Atlantic. It has the intriguing title, “Finding Jesus at Work.” The focus of this article is on workplace chaplaincies. [In] recent years, a number of companies have . . . hired spiritual leaders to serve on their staffs. Though slightly less trendy than nap […]
During this month of November, I’ve been investigating what Max De Pree, our Center’s namesake, has to say about gratitude and the role it plays in our work and leadership. Because Max touches upon gratitude so often, I’ve divided up his comments according to which book they appear in. Today we’ll look at his Leadership Is an Art.
During this month of November, the De Pree Center is reflecting on gratitude, particularly the role it plays in our work. I’ve been researching what our namesake, Max De Pree, has to say about it. Not surprisingly, Max has a lot to say about gratitude, so I’ve divided up his comments according to which book they appear in. Today we’ll look at Leadership Jazz – Revised Edition: The Essential Elements of a Great Leader.
During November, the De Pree Center is reflecting on gratitude, particularly the role it plays in our work. Much has been and remains to be said about gratitude. We thought it might be an interesting exercise to research what our namesake, Max De Pree has to say about it. Not surprisingly, it’s an important topic to him. Because he has a lot to say about it, we’ve divided up his comments according to what book they appear in.
In a recent column in the New York Times, David Brooks confesses two personal traditions that he upholds during presidential election season. First, Brooks reads a book about Lincoln. Second, he ends each election night by visiting the Lincoln Memorial. Why does Brooks maintain these traditions? He explains: I begin by reading a book about […]
Yesterday was my first official day as Executive Director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary. I’m honored to step into this role and hope that my efforts will make a real difference as the De Pree Center serves leaders in a wide variety of venues (marketplace, non-profits, church, education, […]
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