“Responding to uncertainty establishes trajectory, impacts potential, and determines quality of life.” Helpful thoughts from Dan Rockwell on facing uncertainty with confidence.
Being resolute means you are purposeful, determined, and unwavering in your commitment. Would your team describe you as this kind of leader? Selma Wilson asks: Are you putting your team in danger?
Are you a shallow leader? How can you know? Ron Edmondson is here to help with seven examples of shallow leadership.
A vital part of leadership, in the business world and the church world, is networking. Some leaders, though, are more introverted and not as apt to network with people as others. Here’s a great piece in the Harvard Business Review on how to network if you aren’t keen on talking to strangers.
Tools don’t make disciples. People make disciples. Great post from Michael Kelley on how we make disciples.