Business Ethics Archives - Page 7 of 9 - Seedbed

On today's podcast, we welcome Dr. Mac Pier, the founder of Movement Day and part of the New York City Leadership Center.

Today, the Church Leader Collective begins a series of articles, podcasts, and resources on multisite ministry.

Our team of church leaders sits down to discuss ideas of innovation and creativity in church leadership and some of the tools to help spur on that innovation.

Specialization has allowed us to find prosperity and progress outside of ourselves—a redemptive notion among those in the faith community. To understand why specialization is so important for economic growth and development, you need to understand two other economic concepts: opportunity cost and comparative advantage.

Our team of church leaders continues our conversation on multisite ministry. Today, we explore the problems that can occur with multi-sites and strategies to handle them.

Markets are complex. While they provide great value, there is good reason for caution. As Christians, I believe we have a responsibility to embrace this complexity, understanding with both our head and heart.

We are wired for beauty. Our brains recognize it without training, and our bodies respond to it without thinking. Richard Whetsell explains that it is a principle that applies to ministry as well as creation.

The more information you cooperatively share and receive from others, the harder it becomes to act unethically toward them. Ethical decision-making begins to take care of itself.

We've all heard bad things about woodcutters who won't stop to sharpen their axes, but does adequate rest really make that much of a difference? Nick Cash shares why you want to make sure that you are setting a healthy pace for yourself.

I know the phrase “we-self” may seem odd. But there’s not a better term for the idea that Aristotle introduced many years ago. What Aristotle saw is how, within healthy and deep relationships, other people’s joys can become our own joys; and other people’s sorrows can become our own sorrows.

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