Efficiently and effectively accomplishing goals and furthering the mission of the team is at the core of the leader’s job. But sometimes, leaders find themselves accomplishing nothing, which isn’t a good place to be. Here are six ways to assure you will not accomplish anything in leadership.
What does leadership fruitfulness look like? I really appreciate Dave Kraft’s take here: three keys to leadership fruitfulness.
“In leadership, we must learn how to navigate the perceived anomalies of culture, business, relationships, and life in general.” Helpful thoughts on anomalies in leadership from Philip Nation.
For many, confrontation is the most difficult and painful part of leadership. Here’s Dan Rockwell on 12 ways to overcome fear of confrontation.
Apathy is poisonous to ministry, and its particularly prevalent in certain Christian contexts in the United States. It’s a problem you’re likely going to have to solve. Here are five habits to kill apathy in your ministry.