Tag Archives: organisation

Google calendar, Andriod and a Filofax – information overload?

This time last year my trusty Palm Pilot became obsolete. I had used it, or three different models, to organise my life for 12 years but it couldn’t keep up with Windows 7. So, I made the switch to a … Continue reading

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Google tasks Organiser – the collection system

When it comes to getting everything done as a vicar, I do not only have the self-generated teaching, counselling and training ministries which I do, but I have many requests for time from other people.  When it comes to organising … Continue reading

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Ministry Burnout and the problem of organisation

I’ve posted a number of times on this blog on the subject of ministry burnout (if you would like to read about the symptoms and the solutions please read Avoiding Ministry Burnout and The Road to Ministry Burnout I also … Continue reading

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On Getting Organised as a Vicar

I’ve been a vicar for almost three years and it has taken me that long to find a way of organising my diary and tasks in a way which helps me sleep at night.  I have found the organisational aspect … Continue reading

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Developing leadership in a changing church

I am one of 12 new incumbents (vicars) on an 18-month training programme called “developing leadership in a changing church.”  The programme has been run for ten years by four Church of England dioceses; Lichfield, Coventry, Birmingham and Worcester.  The … Continue reading

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