Leading change is difficult. We’re going through a lot of change at LifeWay right now, and we’ve been learning a lot about how to navigate change effectively so that it doesn’t hinder our work any more than it has to. Sometimes, the speed of change is even faster than normal. Ron Edmondson shares seven of those times.
“Nothing hurts the progress of your church more than a staff member sliding into an unhealthy disposition.” Dan Reiland shares wisdom and some early warning signs that may help you identify an unhealthy staff member.
In leadership, accountability is huge. Sometimes people are holding you accountable, and others times, you’re required to hold others accountable. However, like in any situation, it is vital that everyone in your group understands what “accountability” means.
Everybody needs a mentor, including pastors. Most times, a mentor isn’t going to just fall into your lap one day out of nowhere. You have to seek one out. Mark Dance shares some practical ways to find a mentor and why it’s important to do so.
We talk a lot about leadership in the workplace and in the church here on the blog, but you’re not going to be a very good leader in the church or workplace if you can’t figure out how to lead effectively in the home. An important part of leading in the home for many of us is parenting. Michael Kelley shares three ways we provoke our children to anger.