As a leader, you’re going to mess up. It’s just a fact of the leadership life. When you do, it’s important to apologize appropriately. Helpful thoughts on effective apologies from Scott Cochrane.
Uber and Lyft are revolutionizing the transportation industry. Is it possible that church leaders could learn something from them? Daniel Im thinks so, and he explains.
Decision-making is one of the key parts of a leader’s job. One of the problems with decision-making though, is trying to step back from personal interest or preferences and make a decision free of unnecessary bias. Here are three ways to make less biased decisions from the Harvard Business review.
All sorts of challenges come along with leading a team, no matter the atmosphere or culture of where you’re leading. Here are four tips for mentally preparing for overwhelming challenges.
Like I’ve said already, as a leader, you’re going to make mistakes. When you do, you need to apologize. However, there are some ways you can prepare for failure before it comes. Dan Rockwell shares some ways for how you can prepare for seven dangerous failures.