August 4, 2022

The Seven Perspectives (Introduction)

Seven Eyes Model of Supervision If you have been in leadership, and have had to supervise coworkers and employees for more than a few years, it’s likely you have heard of the seven-eyes model of supervision. This is a method of supervision developed by…
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building a sustainable life.

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The way we interact with the world around us has everything to do with how we choose to perceive the world. If we wake up each morning, and roll out of bed dreading the worst parts of our day, imagining worst-case scenarios, feeling like we can’t change the aspects of our life we don’t enjoy or that life feels empty

Reframing your Mindset 

July 28, 2022
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In any relationship there are mistakes made on both sides. As human beings we aren’t perfect; we can let our insecurities, fears, irritations and anger get the better of us at some point or another, causing hurt to others. Inevitably, the people around us will harm us and we will harm them. Since there is no going back in time,

Apologies and Forgiveness

July 21, 2022
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I am so excited to finally share the release of my book Burnout and Beyond! It has been a lot of hard work over the last year, but finally, I can tell the story of my burnout, my recovery and how the experience has changed me forever. I hope that my journey will resonate with others and guide those in

Burnout and Beyond is Finally Here!

July 14, 2022
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In my last post, I shared my experience with Covid; how Adrienne and I both caught it while on a trip to Tasmania and were stuck away from home while we recovered. After an uncomfortable and difficult time in a hotel, we were rescued by friends who allowed us to stay in their apartment and took care of us. This

Why Friendships Matter 

June 23, 2022
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A few weeks ago, Adrienne and I attended the C3 Church conference in Tasmania and then stayed for a week’s holiday. We spent a great day in Port Arthur with some friends, visiting a world heritage site that was once a British penal colony. We rested, explored Hobart and hung out with friends. As we were about to check in

What I learned from Covid 19

June 16, 2022
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Hello, Verve Lead! For those who don’t know me, my name is Cecelia and I have been a content creator for Don’s blogs and book for the last two years. I’ve been along for the ride when it comes to the Well-Being Q since its conception; writing in detail about the five competencies and their behavioural expressions. Here’s what’s crazy

My Personal  Experience with the Well-Being Q Assessment 

June 9, 2022
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The act of mentoring doesn’t usually bring administrative work to mind, but anyone who has spent time in ministry knows that organizing and planning are key to ensure excellence. good work is done. Administration keeps things effective, safe and professional. It’s essential to organize and plan to ensure sound execution and flow of work.  The relationship between mentor and mentee

Mentoring Essentials: The Value of Administration

May 12, 2022
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An often overlooked task in the mentor role is ensuring safety; safety for the mentor, for the mentee and for the larger community around both. In fact, safety is an important component in Verve Lead’s front page statement; “Lift buoyancy and resilience of Christian leaders, to enhance the well-being, sustainability and safety of our communities.”  The effect of a Christian

Five Tips for Neutralising Danger in the Workplace

May 5, 2022
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What does it mean to be principled in our work? How do we make sure we are being professional, ethical and consistent with our beliefs? Caregiving roles require professionalism and principles., Strong ethics are the backbone of the mentoring practice. If you are a mentor, it’s key to adhere to core values and beliefs that are rooted in sound doctrine.

Mentoring Essentials: Principled in Practice

April 28, 2022