Business Missionary network
...because the LOVE of money is the root of all evil we must use the GIFT of money to bring people to christ and transform nations.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
The Delayering Overseer? What does that mean? First of all ... ...The verb supervise has origins in the Latin word supervidere, from super-, meaning “over” and videre, meaning “to see.” When you supervise something, it means you oversee the project, managing the people working on it, perhaps by figuring out what needs to be done, assigning the work, and making sure it gets done properly. You serve as the fire lighter when you supervise; other people are the managers of that fire.. Are you a Monitor or Supervisor? Fundamentally both words mean exactly the same thing, though monitoring might denote more responsibility. The former word comes from the Latin 'monere' meaning to warn or advise, the latter from 'super-videre' meaning to watch over. Webster's Dictionary defines supervision as "the action, process, or occupation of supervising, a critical watching and directing (as of activities or a course of action)"; for monitoring, the definition is "to watch, keep track of, or check usually for a special purpose". Monitoring can be seen to be more specific in being aware of one particular matter.
Sunday, March 28, 2010
• The manager administers; the leader innovates.
• The manager is a missionary; the leader is an visionary.
• The manager develops that dream; the leader dreams of what can be.
• The manager achieves practicality; the leader investigates reality.
• The manager focuses on systems and structure; the leader focuses on ideas.
• The manager relies on behavioral success; the leader pioneers value.
• The manager has a short-range view; the leader has a long-range perspective.
• The manager asks how and when; the leader asks what and why.
• The manager has an eye always on the bottom line; the leader has an eye on the horizon.
• The manager initiates; the leader originates.
• The manager practices motherhood; the leader practices fatherhood.
• The manager is the classic left brainer; the leader is the classic right brainer.
• The manager does things right; the leader does the right thing.
…Means giving service namely:
1. The process of empowering people
2. The skill of managing resources
3. The science of working with details
4. The art of organizing schedules
5. The craft of using technology
6. The market place wisdom of solving problems
7. The working knowledge of multi tasking to meet the needs of multiple supervisors and much more…