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Policies are like a traffic signal with a green light (things that should be done), a yellow light (things that might be done), and a red light (things that shouldn’t be done). They aren’t always the most exciting part of leadership, but they are extremely important. In this segment, Pastor Mark addresses the past lessons he’s learned about establishing policies and the benefits of having clearer vision, written documents, and empowering others.

 

Questions

Discuss on twitter with #e412

Do you have policies in your organization and what kind do they tend to be?

What kind of policies should you establish for _________?

Is your policy manual just red lights (things you can’t do)? What about green lights?

 

Tweets

I know they call it a didgeridoo, but I call it a didgeridon’t. #e412 #policies http://jesus.to/oatL01

Policies are like a traffic signal with a green light (things that should be done), a yellow light (things that might be done), and a red light (things that shouldn’t be done). They aren’t always the most exciting part of leadership, but they are extremely important. In this segment, Pastor Mark addresses the past lessons he’s learned about establishing policies and the benefits of having clearer vision, written documents, and empowering others.

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