Cultural circumstances and technological advances change the way we live and work every day. In 2016, there are bound to be some dynamic changes in the workplace, and good leaders effectively lead change. Here are six ways our work may change in 2016.
“As the organization grows – as strategy changes – additions in structure have to be added. Adding structure, however, can be a painful and disruptive process if not handled carefully. We must add structure strategically,” writes Ron Edmondson. Managing a growing organization is exciting, but it can be difficult too. Helpful words from Ron on how to add structure to a growing organization.
A season of leadership can be one of the loneliest seasons of your life. But it doesn’t have to be. What if we started looking at leadership as a partnership? Great insight from Dan Rockwell on lonely leadership.
I’ve written about vision recently here and here. Vision is vital to any work, formally in a business, church, or otherwise, and even informally. If you don’t have vision in leadership, you don’t know what success looks like. At Entrepreneur Jeff Boss gives us eight ways a vision statement adds value to your business.
An important part of leadership in a business, church, non-profit, or even in the home, is having a heart of generosity and maintaining a high level of wise stewardship. Leaders must know the importance of handling money well and the value in giving to others. Here are five helpful books on stewardship and generosity.