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Dr. Bill Hendricks

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President

The Giftedness Center
2704 Routh Street Suite 2
Dallas, Texas 75201
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • master of arts , biblical studies
    Dallas Theological Seminary
  • master's degree , mass communications
    Boston University
  • undergraduate degree
    Harvard
  • Ph.D.
    University of Chicago
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Web References
Team - Theology of Work Project
www.theologyofwork.com, 9 Oct 2014 [cached]
Bill Hendricks
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Bill Hendricks
Bill Hendricks is President of The Giftedness Center, a Dallas-based consulting firm specializing in organizational design and strategic people management.
Bill is the author, or co-author, of seventeen books, including Your Work Matters to God, The Power of Uniqueness, Living by the Book and The Light that Never Dies: A Story of Hope in the Shadows of Grief.
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Bill and his wife, Lynn Turpin-Hendricks, live in University Park, Texas and are active members of Park Cities Presbyterian Church.
2012 Retreat
www.sadcma.org, 27 May 2013 [cached]
Bill Hendricks
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BILL HENDRICKS
Founder, The Giftedness Center
Bill founded The Giftedness Center in 1985 as a Dallas-based consulting firm specializing in organizational effectiveness and individual career guidance.
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Bill will speak on giftedness and how God wants all that we do, including our work, to honor Him. It means placing the results of our work or even our job search - the success (or failure), the money (or lack thereof), the power and prestige (or lack thereof), etc., back into the hands of almighty God. Bill will help men to see God's higher vision for themselves, and challenge men to revisit the call upon their lives.
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www.thehighercalling.org, 23 Sept 2007 [cached]
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Author Bio:Dr. William (Bill) Hendricks passed away December 8, 2002.Bill taught theology, philosophy of religion, and theology and the arts for 45 years in the U. S., Europe, and Asia.Among other degrees, he held a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.He is survived by his wife, Lois, and son, John.
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Author Bio:William Hendricks is the president of The Hendricks Group, a Dallas-based company that develops human resource solutions for growing companies.The author or co-author of more than a dozen books, he has an undergraduate degree from Harvard, a master's degree in mass communications from Boston University, and a master of arts in biblical studies from Dallas Theological Seminary.He is the father of three daughters.
News Digest
pentecostalevangel.ag.org, 7 May 2002 [cached]
In Exit Interviews: Revealing Stories of Why People Are Leaving the Church, William D. Hendricks interviewed three dozen disillusioned people who had stopped attending services at mainline Protestant, Reformed, independent and charismatic churches.
"The one element that the church brings that no other institution in society can bring, of course, is God," says Hendricks, 47, founder of The Hendricks Group, a Dallas-based consulting firm.
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Hendricks says churches may create an expectation that can be difficult to deliver, such as publicizing that a sense of community or family is available to all churchgoers.He cites one case study in which an attendee spent six months hospitalized and, despite repeated requests, no one from the church visited him.Once people drop out, they often will sit by the phone for weeks waiting for a call telling them they are missed, Hendricks says.
"There are enormous expenses and efforts that go into evangelism and outreach to bring people in the front door, yet in some churches when someone goes out the back door they don't receive a phone call," Hendricks says.
Sometimes people bring unrealistic expectations of what church is about.To be a part of a church means people must do more than sit back as spectators waiting for their wants to be met, Hendricks says.Those who leave permanently usually never took the first step to find out how they could exercise their spiritual gifts in the body, he says.
According to Hendricks, relationship and responsibility are the key factors to staying in church.For instance, participating is becoming part of a small group.Volunteering is carrying out some regular function, such as bus ministry or nursery worker."If I know someone is counting on me and I can see that my efforts are making a difference in what's going on, it's difficult to walk away," Hendricks says.
Dr. William Hendricks - Hendricks Training
www.hendrickstraining.com, 20 Dec 2013 [cached]
Dr. William Hendricks Hendricks Training
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Dr. William Hendricks is the founder and president of Hendricks Training, an international training and development company based in Kansas City. His experience and expertise in the area of performance management began first, working with high performing athletes.
Today he creates intervention strategies for some of the nation's elite Fortune 100 companies, a host of multi-national companies, numerous not-for-profit organizations and a large cross section of medium sized businesses. With more than 300 balanced scorecard executions, Hendricks Training is recognized for the ability to connect strategy with day-to-day operations.
As an author and public speaker, Bill is recognized for his exceptional depth in the area of performance management.. His book, The Conflict Management Handbook, is in its 15th edition and has sold nearly 200,000 copies. His books, The Manager's Role as Coach and Effective Project Management,provide concrete approaches to getting business done on time and on target and Dr. Hendricks' book, Power Presentations was selected one of the top 30 best business books for 1996. He currently provides executive development, consulting and training on both the Balanced Scorecard and Virtual Teams through the continuing education divisions of Michigan State University, Colorado State, University of Texas, Rutgers, the University of Florida, George Mason University and Pepperdine.
He has worked since the early 70's in organizational change, first with quality circles and self-directed work teams. Today his focus has shifted with the global workplace, and includes virtual team development clients that span five continents and more than 100 clients. His work with team-based organizations includes, ExxonMobil, Shell Chemical, Motorola, Caterpillar, Texas Instruments, Carlson Companies, Acxiom Corporation and a host of lesser- known businesses.
Dr. Hendricks brings a sense of academic discipline and unmatched real-world experience in the field.
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