“What type of person have you found hardest for you to lead?”
“I want people I’m attempting to lead to take me seriously as a leader.”
“Here are 7 of the biggest surprises in being a pastor.”
With every team or organization I have led there have been people who get frustrated with someone else on the team. In full disclosure, sometimes others have been frustrated with me.
One of the most common questions I receive from others in ministry is about discerning whether to leave a ministry position.
I get to spend a lot of time with Millennials in my work as a pastor. I have two sons who are Millennials. Frankly, I love the generation.
I remember an especially hard year as a leader. It was so bad several members of our staff had told me where I was letting them down.
Who are you developing to take your place? If leadership development isn’t communicated and followed up on, it won’t happen.
I have learned personally that leading well requires discipline. It doesn’t happen naturally.
As I work in the ministry world, however, it seems very common for micromanagement to be present.