Listening might be one of the most overlooked qualities of great leaders. Great leaders are learners, always keeping listening for what they need to know.
I’m afraid it’s all too common for people to have huge aspirations about who they want to become in the future, but almost no plan… Read More »You Can Only Get to Your Destiny by Taking Your Best Next Step
Quickly think of five common traits of high-impact leaders… good time management, assertiveness, drive, energy, charisma, etc. Humility rarely lands in the list when it… Read More »10 Reasons Why Humility is Vital to Great Leadership
Nothing paralyzes good leadership like fear, and nothing fuels good leadership like taking risks in faith. Obviously, we must make decisions wisely, but when we know,… Read More »Dump Your Doubt, Take the Risk, and Lead Forward
Being loud doesn’t make you a leader. Neither does being popular. Leadership is influence, and influence means taking people in a direction they wouldn’t otherwise… Read More »Three Prerequisites to Leading Others Well
We pastors often struggle to ask people to give their time and talent to Jesus. Perhaps we’ve been rejected before and don’t like to hear… Read More »7 Promises We Should Make (and Keep) to Volunteers