“You’re not as good as you hope to be. Asking for feedback opens the door to a better YOU in the future.” Todd Wright shares about why it’s important that pastors and church leaders receive critique well.
In business settings, “creativity” is often seen as a luxury because it can be difficult to see a direct correlation between creativity and financial success. If you’re a Christian leader in the business space, Harvard Business Review has a fascinating article about how leaders can turn creativity into a competitive advantage.
“Don’t be quick to leave; don’t be so fast to confuse courage with excitement; don’t bow before the idol of excitement at the expense of faithfulness.” Michael Kelley writes about why it takes courage to stay where you’re at on the LifeWay Leadership blog.
One of the most important tasks of many leaders is hiring the right people to join your team, church, or organization. Hiring the wrong people can send your work and your team morale into a tailspin. Exercise wisdom and consider these three things when hiring.
I am blessed to work with a number of incredibly talented young leaders at LifeWay, and I’m sure you work with young leaders in your churches or organizations, too. Art Rainer offers some good advice for young leaders on his blog this week as he explains how young leaders can learn from Baby Boomers.