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Nov

2017

Anger Management and Constant Leaders

Author: Tom Bandy

Anger management is one of the biggest challenges for traditional clergy (Constant Visitors, Constant Gardeners, Constant Builders). The inability to manage their inner rage is the primary reason they go pass out or drop out as spiritual leaders.

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Nov

2017

Q/A: Should clergy take a sabbatical?

Yes, clergy should take sabbaticals. Indeed, I think they should be required and not optional. Different kinds of spiritual leaders focus the purpose and design of sabbaticals in different ways.

Author: Tom Bandy

 

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Aug

2017

Q/A: Is spiritual leadership different for priests?

The identities and functions of spiritual leadership, and the transitions in between, are relevant for priests as well ... but there are differences as to how that is lived, structured, and shared.

Author: Tom Bandy
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Jun

2017

Q/A: Is spiritual leadership in the US more stressful today than in the 1960's or 1980's?

Author: Tom Bandy
The 1960’s embroiled spiritual leaders in the Civil Rights movement for African-Americans and women; and the 1980’s started the movement for Gay Rights. Both movements are still ongoing in western culture, particularly in the US where black publics and women lag behind other countries in gaining full equality, and where the Gay Rights movement only became serious after 2000. And the emerging culture shift bringing a new wave of stress is about globalization and immigration. What is the relevance or irrelevance of spiritual leadership to these movements?
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Jun

2017

Attitudes toward Bureaucracy among Spiritual Leaders

Different Spiritual Leaders expect different things of bureaucracy. And their participation depends on the outcomes of bureaucracy rather than the process of bureaucracy.

Author: Tom Bandy
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