“If your church will be going through a leadership transition in the future you may want to keep these principles in mind.”
Leaders want to lead, and leadership requires some control.
Daily, if not hourly, we’re intentionally and sometimes unintentionally making priority decisions related to work projects.
“Your struggles as a leader don’t go away when your church grows. They simply change.”
“Getting a new person started in a good way is probably equal to finding the right people.”
“Here are nine approaches and practices that will help you develop a culture of honest feedback without getting defensive.”
“Here are three ways to raise the likelihood of burnout.”
Harmony for harmony’s sake is worthless. Sometimes, facing conflict head on is the healthiest option.
They say the pen is mightier than the sword. But email is just as dangerous.
Sometimes it’s hard to know when to let a person sink and when to throw them a life raft.