Communication is regularly cited as one of people's biggest frustrations in the workplace. How can we do it better? There is lots of great wisdom in the corporate world, but an often overlooked chapter in the Bible might hold answers too.
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Most Christians spend a huge part of their waking hours at work. But how do Christians work? We love. Here are nine simple ways to do that in your workplace today.
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Patience is in short supply today. It can be very hard to find, perhaps especially in the workplace. And yet when we encounter genuine patience it is profoundly counter-cultural. It’s distinct. It’s different. It's attractive. So what empowers patience, and what might it look like in the workplace?
When it comes to Christian witness we of course declare the Gospel with our lips. But we also display it with our lives. What might that mean for our workplace witness?
What were our most read articles this past year? From dealing with identity and workplace weakness, through to practical tips on how to resign in a God-honouring way, here are our top 5 articles of 2018!
The Apostle Paul instructs us to "bear with each other". But that can be hard to do in the workplace. How might understanding that we're all a bit crazy possibly help?
Much workplace conversation is characterised by grumbling, a behaviour that does not honour God. But this is not to say that there is no place for Christians to acknowledge that things are not the way that they are meant to be. There is an alternative to gossip and grumbling.
There’s the “toy guy” from HR who keeps toys in his office, the “YouTube guy” who shares the internet memes. And, of course, “food guy” who always brings the best food. Long after they’ve moved on, your colleagues may have forgotten your job title, but they’ll remember your “thing in the workplace.” What's yours?