People follow people they trust. Leaders must gain trust and keep it if they hope to keep any sort of faithful following. Ron Edmondson shares helpful perspective with seven ways leaders can gain and keep trust.
One of the most important, formative acts of a leader is giving good feedback. Everyone who has a manager wants to know how he or she is doing. Feedback is crucial, and here’s how you give great feedback.
Murray Newlands writes for Entrepreneur, “The leader’s job is to inspire people to work together in the service of something greater than themselves.” Leaders, how do you inspire people who follow or work for you to move in the same direction cooperatively? Here are seven characteristics of an inspirational leader.
Leading change is almost never easy. Few people like change, and even if you like change, it probably isn’t going to be easy. Leaders must have courage in bringing about change in order to lead change effectively. Helpful words from Dr. Kent Ingle on the LifeWay Church Leaders blog.
Leaders have all sorts of responsibilities. Everything from leading change to leading meetings to leading budgets to leading investments. But what are the ultimate responsibilities of a leader? Dan Rockwell shares the five ultimate responsibilities of a leader.