“The crisis of belief period is real. And, it’s normal. Don’t think you’re unique – or weak – because you have doubts just before the big push. In my estimation, only arrogant or prideful leaders never struggle in this area.” Ron Edmondson shares about the leader’s crisis of belief.
“God’s vision for your life is all about you and not about you at all. Understanding God’s story, your personal story, the story of people around you, and the story of your city will help you discover what God is specifically asking of you.” Dhati Lewis shares about his new book, Among Wolves on the Verge Network’s blog.
“There’s something to learn from every generation and that’s the beauty of mentorship. It’s a reciprocal relationship where both parties are actively teaching, inspiring and encouraging one another. Generational differences bring in unique perspectives that create and cultivate richer conversation.” Debbie Eaton and Haley Veturis co-wrote a blog post on the LifeWay Leadership blog about how their mentoring relationship works.
“Purpose, when rightly conceived, is an unbelievably powerful shaping force for an organization. It informs how you develop products, build processes, and develop people. It even informs how you think about and use your profits.” Steve Graves shares about the amazing power of purpose.
“Your influence as a leader is never static. It’s either advancing or declining. If you’re struggling to get your ideas adopted, you’ve likely got an influence issue as much as you have a communication problem.” Carey Nieuwhof helps leaders better understand their influence by sharing six non-negotiable traits of increasing influence.