As the leader, you’re responsible for the lives of the people on board, so it’s worth it to wait for clarity. It’s always better to make the right decision than a quick one.
One of the facets of Jesus’ leadership that sets him in his own class is his absolute purity of motives for leading. Let’s talk about some of the desires every leader should have.
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.
There are plenty of myths leaders believe, and shattering them is one of the keys to increased leadership effectiveness. Ron Edmondson has written a practical, from-the-trenches guide for leaders of all shapes and sizes. It’s a good read!
The ONE big key to becoming a successful person is giving your life to making the lives of others better. If you decide today to give your life – and by “life” I mean your time, your attention, your resources – to making the lives of other people better, you will discover success. It’s guaranteed.
It’s great to be “pouring into” people. That’s a popular phrase in today’s leadership environment. I’ve used it because I like the word picture of… Read More »8 Gifts to "Pour Into" the Leaders You're Developing
I don’t always like the truth. That doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with truth. It means there’s something deficient in me. What I do like…… Read More »The Power of Brutally Honest Self-Evaluation
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
John Maxwell says, “Most people don’t lead their life. They accept their life.” Here’s a question for you. Is there actually a difference between mediocrity and misery?… Read More »4 Vital Steps to LEAD an Amazing, Abundant Life
When I served as a Pastor at Saddleback Church, one of the things that impressed me most about the church was the hiring requirement Pastor… Read More »Great Leadership Often Starts with a Broken Heart