Here are four thoughts I share when people ask me about working for a boss they don’t like.
“Here are three ways to raise the likelihood of burnout.”
When a pastor falls from grace, we have an opportunity to learn from his mistakes.
“You cannot walk without legs, and you cannot lead without credibility.”
In terms of strategy and mission, there are two common and related drifts that plague churches.
“What questions should I ask myself? How do I wrestle with changing jobs?”
“Are you a name-dropping, story-topping, blame-swapping, paranoia-popping leader? Then repent.”
Wise leaders find ways not to get stuck in their offices.
Leaders can offer excuses rather than take the task of development seriously.
The myth about creativity is that creativity hates routines—that creativity is stifled by a schedule or plan. In reality, leaders and creators thrive in routines.