An important aspect of effective leadership is awareness of what your team is interested in and engaging. This list of the top 300 church blogs is exceptionally helpful in knowing what is drawing the interests of Christians around the web.
You can’t follow someone you don’t trust. The flip side of this is that people won’t follow you if they don’t trust you. Dan Rockwell shares 25 ways leaders exhibit trustworthiness.
Just as no team is healthy without a good leader so no team is healthy without all its members fitting well. Ron Edmondson shares 7 traits that make for great team members.
Few leadership roles are as public and obvious as prominent football coaches. Brian Dodd points to 30 habits of leadership we can learn from the best of these coaches.
Reading about leadership is a great way to glean insights, but often observing what leaders do is even more effective. Chuck Lawless shares 10 helpful ideas he has picked up from watching how other leaders live.
Nobody likes confrontation (at least no decent person), but it is an inherent and important part of leading well. Aaron Coalson explains the bad of not confronting and the benefits of doing it well.