You can’t be a good leader without self-awareness. It lies at the root of strong character, giving us the ability to lead with a sense of purpose, authenticity, openness, and trust. Here are five ways to become more self-aware.
John Maxwell loves to say, “Everything rises and falls on leadership.” Leadership is a key part of the role of the pastor. Pastors, as leaders, there are questions you need to be asking weekly. Don’t forget to ask them.
It’s tough being a young leader a lot of times. When you’re a young 20-something entering into the real world, certain parts of life are daunting, and leadership responsibilities are part of that. Here are six things every 20-something should know before they enter the real world.
Do you have the responsibility of writing individualized Bible studies for your church? Do you ever wonder if there’s something better you could be doing with your time? Rob Tims thinks so, and he suggests three things to do instead of starting that Bible study.
Chances are, if you’re in any sort of leadership role, in the church or otherwise, you’ve felt like two people. Sometimes you feel like a great leader. Sometimes you feel like an awful leader. Sometimes you feel like a loving parent. Sometimes you feel like an absent parent. Carey Nieuwhof understands the pendulum swings, and he shares some wisdom for those of you who feel the same.