Be open to growing, embrace your convictions and gifts, and treat others the way you would like to be treated.
Create more community, hear differing perspectives, develop a shared vision, and work together.
Intentionally agree how to live and work together, and pay close attention to whether words and actions match.
Recognize that things can be different, articulate a vision, and inspire participation on a journey of change.
“As a leader within a faith-based organization, I truly feel that I have been ‘called’ to this ministry. Because of that calling, I firmly believe that leaders have a due responsibility to test every decision…read more
“Soon after entering the senior living field 18 years ago, at a previous organization we began a campus expansion that resulted in significant financial pressure. As a result, we had to modify resident agreements to stabilize…read more
“About 5 years ago at a retreat our board of directors learned about the home-based model of care for residents in skilled nursing. We were in the process of remodeling our skilled nursing floors and…read more
“Jubilee has always been known as a Mennonite organization, but in recent years we have become more explicit in talking to potential and existing employees about our identity as a faith-based organization and how important…read more