More longevity and leadership success means we may have just broadened the width of our blind spots.
Here is a staggering revelation: The very one with all authority in heaven and earth is also the one who is always available.
“I didn’t see that coming. Everything seemed fine at first, well, for awhile, then seemingly out of nowhere we were in conflict and in a few months he was off staff. It didn’t go well at all, it was like a death on staff!”
A lack of trust will crush the effectiveness of a team.
We should never be in a state of comfort because there is always room for growth.
Whether interviewing a candidate for a teaching pastor position or an administrative support position, these are my go-to questions that continue to give me insight into the person during my initial interviews.
“What is the leader thinking here—as it relates to me?”
Harmony for harmony’s sake is worthless. Sometimes, facing conflict head on is the healthiest option.
We all need a chance to start fresh, even when we’re staying put.
“Getting a new person started in a good way is probably equal to finding the right people.”