Waiting for the train again. Thirty minutes earlier tonight feels like a win. An encouraging day receiving teaching and interacting with fellow ministry workers, and also participating in meetings where some great decisions in support of various works and workers were made.
Sitting under this during meetings in Brisbane. One side of the building’s air conditioning is ten degrees hotter than the other. We’ve moved our meeting to the cool side. How do people live here?
A helpful post by Michael Kruger about what may seem a mundane subject: chairing effective meetings. Pitched to meeting leaders, everyone who attends meetings (and hopefully they’re being led by someone) would benefit from knowing what effective meetings are working towards and how effective leadership can increase their productivity while minimising the amount of time …
Okay, here’s the proof. No snobbery here.