Group size to the power of one

Nancy White’s post drew my attention to the important points that Chris Corrigan makes about group size. He  suggests that groups should be made up of one, three of five people for creative purposes (odd numbers), and made up of two or four people for “settling” purposes (even numbers). There should never be more than […]

Tiki Taka

One of the highlights of my week has been spending time with a group of clergy committed to developing more leaderful communities and congregations, but facing the problems of working with those who don’t see leadership as their responsibility. How do we bridge that gap? Leadership models have focused on individuals and individualism. New models of […]