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5 Thoughts About Spending Your Leadership Equity Wisely

Brandon Leadership

When you walk into a leadership opportunity, you go with a little bit of equity by virtue of your position and the inevitable honeymoon period during which those you lead will let you get by with just a bit than they will a decade later, but you have to be very careful with that equity. Every decision you make, …

Elevator

Can You Share Your Vision in An Elevator Speech?

Brandon Leadership

There are often crucial moments when we have an opportunity to be vision-casters with people, one-on-one. It may be a car ride making a visit, coffee with a fellow member, or a staff meeting with five extra minutes at the end. It begs the question, could I state my vision for my church if I only had a few floors …

Leading Out Front

It’s Easier NOT to Lead

Brandon Leadership

Leadership is a hot topic with plenty of aspiring and hopeful people clamoring for success in its arena. But the reality is that it’s easier NOT to lead. When we aspire to leadership, we envision the good stuff – the people who will lo to us for direction, the success of our organization, and the accolades of those who follow …

Linking Hands

5 Ways to Encourage Another Leader

Brandon Leadership

Everyone needs a Paul and a Timothy (or several of each). That is, we all need to be learning from mentors and mentoring learners. There is always someone ahead of us and always someone just behind us. It is the role and responsibility of a leader to give another leader a lift. So how can we, in a practical way, …

Disturb Your City

Go, Disturb Your City

Brandon Culture

Two thousand years ago, the good news of Jesus Christ had a tendency to upset entire social structures, flipping society upside down and leveling the playing field so that people from any position in life could have a restored relationship with God because of what Jesus Christ accomplished by His death on the cross. Throughout the New Testament, we read …