Daily, if not hourly, we’re intentionally and sometimes unintentionally making priority decisions related to work projects.
Create meetings that are worthy of your people’s time.
If your staff culture already has a meeting avoidance attitude, you’ll have to earn your right with good meetings.
“Find the people who can help you with a quick opinion.”
More longevity and leadership success means we may have just broadened the width of our blind spots.
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.
“To avoid people resigning on the spot, we have to work hard to keep people engaged (we’re not always successful).”
“Below are 10 questions that have prompted the most telling responses from candidates.”
“Know the difference between swooping leadership that gives credible input and swooping leadership that makes swooping changes.”
“A seminary degree is not an MBA.”