How do we lead with an upright heart, and why are these qualities essential for effective biblical leadership?
FaithSearch Partners is pleased to partner with Chicago Hope Academy in their search for a Chief Advancement Officer.
FaithSearch Partners today announced the addition of Elaine Welcome as SVP and leader of its Media Practice.
Great organizations blend the best for their organization and their people. Without leadership, people fail – as do organizations.
Fuller Theological Seminary Seeks New Dean of the School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy
Fuller Theological Seminary has engaged FSP in its search for the next Dean of the School of Psychology & Marriage and Family Therapy.
Tactful leadership is an art form that doesn’t come naturally to everyone. Once mastered, it can help you remain engaged.
FaithSearch Partners’ President search for William Carey International University is underway. Click for more on this opportunity with WCIU.
FaithSearch Partners is currently seeking an Executive Director for Advent Hope Ventures in NYC. Learn more here.
FaithSearch Partners announced the appointment of Zándra Bishop as Senior Vice President and leader of its new NonProfit+ service line.
FSP Leaders is partnering with VolunteerNow to launch the search for the national non-profit organization’s next Chief Executive Officer.
FaithSearch Partners today announced the addition of Andy Westmoreland, Ed.D, as SVP and leader of its Higher Ed service line.
With significant growth in recent years, FaithSearch Partners is pleased to announce it is looking to add a new Research Manager.
As we move forward into the new year, we take a look back at our top 5 posts from 2021 on biblical leadership & faith-based executive search.
As dominoes fall and new leadership takes shape, the coaching carousel highlights the importance of securing leaders that fit into your organizational culture.
FaithSearch Partners today announced the addition of two nationally-renowned pastoral leaders to its search team.
FaithSearch is leading the executive search for a Director of Development – Dallas for Reformed Theological Seminary.
FaithSearch is delighted to announce that it will lead the search for Crossroads Prison Ministries’ next President / Chief Executive Officer.
FaithSearch Seeks CEO / Executive Director for Kansas-based Breakthrough / Episcopal Social Services
FaithSearch Partners is pleased to announce it has been retained by Breakthrough to lead its executive search for a CEO / Executive Director.
Ordinary people that take advantage of the opportunities laid before them can make a major impact on the world.
Upon review of his career and life outside of football, it’s easy to see how great Tony Dungy is as a biblical leader and champion.
Mike Tucker joined FaithSearch Partners in late 2021 as a search consultant focused on nonprofit and ministry-based searches.
David Walters joined FSP as a search consultant in 2021 while also serving as senior pastor of Alpharetta (GA) First United Methodist Church.
Diane’s role with FaithSearch Partners is Consultant, assisting in sourcing and executive placement processes.
Cindi Haworth joined FaithSearch Partners in 2020 as a Research Manager. She supports NonProfit+ and other FSP teams in their searches.
Joining the team in 2016, Linda provides support and service to the company’s clients, candidates and consultants.
Amy King joined FaithSearch Partners’ Academic service line with more than 20 years experience in higher education leadership
Scott Kuhlman brings an array of experience in health care practice management and organization growth, spanning over 25 years.
Douglas Duffield joined Faith Search Partners with 25 years of health care and technology leadership experience.
Laura Weaver brings many years of experience in Human Resources and Talent Acquisition to the FaithSearch team.
Since 2007, Courtney has played a crucial role in research to identify top-level prospects and referral sources.
Porsche provides oversight which assists FaithSearch consultants in executing high-quality search services for the firm’s clients.
Andy Westmoreland leads FaithSearch Partners Higher Education service line, which has been serving academic institutions for nearly 15 years.
Bryan brings years of success to FSP after implementing cultural, operational, and leadership updates in organizations experiencing change.
Ivan Bartolome joined FaithSearch in 2008 and previously served at the second largest hospital system in the metro Kansas City area.
Since 1990, Ed Fry has successfully assisted faith-based organization boards and executive teams in securing mission-minded leaders.
The knowledge of everything going on brings fear in how we will be impacted personally and professionally. Do we trust in the face of fear?
It’s always been rebellious to follow Jesus, but athletes regularly kneel to pray. It’s amazing what can happen when athletes stand for faith.
FSP is happy to announce that Frontier Horizon has selected Tom Sasser as their next Chief Development Officer.
It’s refreshing to reflect on the legacy of Bobby Bowden who put his faith first and looked for opportunities to share his faith with others.
Our power as Christians, and as leaders, comes from God, not from ourselves. Biblical leaders must find strength in God to endure.
NIL is impacting the collegiate athletics landscape, athletes, and athletic department hiring practices for years to come.
We must help our teams strike a balance in perspective between food that spoils and food that endures. We must seek the true purpose of work.
FaithSearch Partners committed to expanding its Academic service line with the addition of Amy King, its newest Vice President/Consultant.
Most leaders can easily point to individuals who helped shape their style and decision-making – my mentor was Jack Coale.
Every executive search is different and every search committee is different. Search committee chairs provide lead in their own ways.
As leaders, it’s our responsibility to set that same example of leadership and faith for those we lead. Is biblical leadership a cliche?
Leaders are servants of those they lead. The only way to truly succeed is to humble yourself and follow Jesus’ example of servant leadership.
Great leaders don’t lead alone. They must surround themselves with people they can trust – other great leaders that can support them.
Spring is a time for rebirth, renewal, and revival. It’s also where leaders rise – in the clubhouse, on the field, and in our daily lives.
Leaders must avoid the paralysis of pessimism if we are to reach our potential and inspire those around us to do the same.