When leaders fail to prioritize well, they waste other people’s time, not merely their own.
“If your church will be going through a leadership transition in the future you may want to keep these principles in mind.”
“Great leaders make other people the hero.”
“Here are four ways leaders who need to be liked hurt those they are leading.”
“Leaders work on the things that yield the highest return for the organization. Count what counts.”
“Getting a new person started in a good way is probably equal to finding the right people.”
Small groups can be the heartbeat of the church. Here’s where to start when launching a small groups ministry.
There are plenty of good leaders out there, but a truly great leader is rare. The difference boils down to this…
So you’re on a roll! Here’s how to keep the momentum going.
Let these six signs of healthiness encourage you.