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Webinar: Parenting as an Empty Nester

Our lives have many seasons of transition, but after you shift into halftime, perhaps one of the most important transitions involves your role within your family. What is our role when our kids are no longer living at home, and yet we still want to help the family thrive? Intuitively, we sense that our role is transitioning from coach to consultant, but what do we stop doing? And what should we prepare to start doing? Lloyd and Doug will be joined by fellow HT Alum,

Webinar: Parenting as an Empty Nester2021-06-23T14:51:41-05:00

Webinar: A Case for Gospel-Centered Entrepreneurial Leadership

Many Halftime Alumni are entrepreneurs.  The thought of joining a nonprofit could sound suffocating, and not a sustainable culture fit for them. So they lean into their entrepreneurial skills to launch or build a new for-profit company – where there is freedom to run fast and free.  There is another alternative, which often is much more fulfilling... Starting or taking the helm of a social enterprise that is self-supporting, runs on business principles, and produces profound transformation in the lives of others may be the

Webinar: A Case for Gospel-Centered Entrepreneurial Leadership2021-05-25T17:08:57-05:00

Webinar: Mentoring Emerging Leaders in Your Next Season

Many Halftime Alumni have had rich and rewarding experiences mentoring younger leaders in their business careers.  When we ask them what they enjoyed most about their day-to-day work, they often say it was seeing those behind them find success and grow as individuals and leaders. So, it's natural that mentoring is a portion of what many Halftimers want to do in their next season. But without the corporate structure, it's hard to know exactly where to start: - Where would you find these emerging leaders, what material would

Webinar: Mentoring Emerging Leaders in Your Next Season2021-05-19T14:25:52-05:00

Webinar: Three Keys to Navigate Faith & Values Differences in Your Family

Last month we talked about facilitating family conversations when the news brings disruption and divergent views. We heard from leading news expert and Halftime Alum, Tomas Brunegård, that the news can either divide our family or become an anvil on which our faith and values are forged.  This month, we extended the conversation: How can we leverage our leadership when our loved ones are taking different paths? Bruce Johnston is the founder of JH Ranch in Northern California, which has provided parent/child reconciliation camps and resources for more than 30,000 families over 40+ years. Many Halftime Alumni

Webinar: Three Keys to Navigate Faith & Values Differences in Your Family2021-02-26T11:32:40-06:00

Webinar: Leveraging Your Leadership (Latino Leaders + Halftime)

How can YOU leverage your leadership for greater impact? At Halftime we're here to provide a space for you to connect with others, answer this question, and develop an intentional strategy for living it out in the next season. To do so, we've partnered with Latino Leaders Magazine to bring you a conversation you won't want to miss. Watch the replay to hear stories of life transformation and glean valuable wisdom from these featured Halftime Alumni: Hugo Cuesta: Chief Executive Officer, Cuesta Campos Attorneys at Law  Carlos

Webinar: Leveraging Your Leadership (Latino Leaders + Halftime)2021-02-08T12:52:50-06:00

Webinar: Best Practices to Navigate the News

The daily news cycle can be a source of great disruption in our lives. It can mix conflict and isolation into our most valued relationships... But what if the news became an anvil on which our faith and values were forged? As Halftimers, positive growth and thriving relationships are top priorities in the next season. And yet, our roles and influence change as our relationships evolve. One challenge we hear more and more from Halftimers is: How can I help myself and the people in my life

Webinar: Best Practices to Navigate the News2021-01-28T17:32:33-06:00

3 Tips for Strategically Navigating Transition

We are so grateful for the sacrifice and bravery of those who have served and continue to serve in the United States Armed Forces. In honor of Veterans Day, we are featuring the story of Halftime Alum, Major General Chris McPadden. At the end of a successful military career, Major General Chris McPadden knew that he wanted to navigate his transition to civilian life prayerfully and carefully. After 35 years of service, Chris was faced with a

3 Tips for Strategically Navigating Transition2020-11-09T16:46:24-06:00

Q&A: Transformative Influence

An Interview with Walt Rakowich, Author of Transfluence and Halftime Alum: Leaders confronting the current social and economic challenges could learn a lot from a CEO who survived the Great Recession of 2008 by transforming his company’s culture. Halftime alum Walt Rakowich is that CEO, and the lessons from his story are greatly applicable today. Walt was appointed CEO of global real estate company Prologis at the height of the Great Recession of 2008. At the time of his appointment, the company's stock had

Q&A: Transformative Influence2020-10-26T16:49:21-05:00

Webinar: Finding Leverage Through Partnerships

If you are in the housing industry or have an interest in the application of franchising principles to the non-profit world, let me introduce you to two Halftimers who are finding leverage through partnerships: DAVE KEIL of Franworth is an expert in franchising. His Halftime mission is around using that expertise to help replicate causes that bring spiritual and practical help to people. He calls it Franchise for Good.  PAT HAMILL leads a world-class home building organization, Oakwood Homes, and uses it as a platform for BuildStrong Academy; training

Webinar: Finding Leverage Through Partnerships2020-09-21T14:17:28-05:00

Overcoming Tension, Stress and Anxiety

By: Brian Page, Senior Vice President of Advancement at Shepherds College and Halftime Alum TSA. It's the topic on the tips of our tongues, constantly on our minds, and greatly affecting our daily lives. And no, I'm not referring to the Transportation Security Administration. TSA: Tension, Stress, and Anxiety.  Tension is defined as the state of being stretched tight. It is physical or emotional strain, along with worry, that makes it difficult to relax. It's something we face daily. It is like two pulling forces, directly opposing

Overcoming Tension, Stress and Anxiety2020-08-21T16:55:37-05:00
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