No matter what their skill set, abilities, experiences or personality, people always lead through the filter of their unique identity.
The right new hire can literally improve the performance of the entire team. But hiring the wrong person could set back your church for years.
What if I told you that your past and current success may be the very thing holding you back from future success?
Recommendations I’d make to any young church leader who thinks they may serve as an executive pastor (XP) one day.
On paper, it can be hard to tell a good candidate from a not-so-good one. Here are 8 warning signs to watch out for when trying to fill that open position.
“In today’s modern leadership environment, it is commonly accepted that people with a high E.Q. outperform people with a high I.Q. Every time.”
As millennials take the reigns in leadership positions, it’s crucial to understand how to encourage, challenge and motivate them.
“If your church will be going through a leadership transition in the future you may want to keep these principles in mind.”
It would be naive to think you’re always going to agree with your pastor.
Simple connections might mislead you to hire someone for all the wrong reasons.