Most likely, if you’re in any sort of leadership role, you have to make presentations from time to time. If you’re a pastor, you’re likely preaching with some regularity. If you’re a manager in your workplace, you’re likely leading team meetings on occasion. Here are five tips that may help you improve your presentations—I found them to be pretty helpful.
“Leaders who regularly go to God and ask him to do something in the community are leading by the Spirit.” Brad Watson has some helpful words on the LifeWay Leadership blog about the importance of being a spirit-led leader.
A primary responsibility for church leaders is motivating church members toward actions of varying kinds. Sometimes you have to motivate church members to give, sometimes you have to motivate them to serve, and you likely have to motivate them in a number of other ways. A vital role of the local church leader is motivating the church toward missions, and Chris Hefner has some suggestions for doing just that at the LifeWay Pastors blog.
Just yesterday, I posted a blog post on my blog about how millennials make you a better leader. This fascinating article from Harvard Business Review explains what millennials are looking for in a new job. It’s interesting to observe these trends.
“Distractions limit productivity. Unfortunately, while modern technological advancements have given us more ways to be productive, they also provide more ways to be distracted.” Art Rainer shares some wisdom on what distracts us and how to prevent the temptation to be distracted.