As I work in the ministry world, however, it seems very common for micromanagement to be present.
Insecurity is a normal emotion when we are exposed to something new, but as we mature in leadership—and especially in our faith and calling—we should guard against the negative impacts of insecurity.
I’ve often wished I could say something to every leader.
If a church is interested in attracting young people, it must think strategically about doing so.
I left the church planting world to help revitalize and grow an established church. It’s proven to be challenging—maybe slightly more than I thought it would be.
What the leader says can negatively impact other people or the organization. Good leaders have to learn to think strategically—even when making quick decisions.
“If you can learn and practice some of what I’ve learned early in your career, it will help you avoid having to learn by experience.”
It’s shocking how many leaders have the definition of this common concept all wrong.
Could you be missing out on opportunities in your current role in the pursuit of your dream job?
Pride is a struggle for many leaders (author included), but we must strive to bring humility to our leadership roles.