As I write about regularly on the blog, developing a healthy culture is important for leaders in any organization or church. Here are five ways to develop a high-performance culture.
If you’re going to be an effective leader, you have to learn to make the most of every part of your day, including the mornings, which can be difficult. Here are three things successful people do to start their day.
One of the most unpopular, yet necessary, parts of being a leader is taking risks. Some people don’t like taking risks enough, and, quite frankly, some people like risking too much. Good stuff from Brad Lomenick on taking risks in leadership.
Every leader and every leadership position has an expiration date. All leadership positions are temporary. Helpful from Ed Stetzer on learning to lead differently as you age.
Whether your a church leader or a business leader, chances are, you’ve had to deal with bullies. Working with bullies can be hard because you have to resist the temptation to be mean back to them. Ron Edmondson shares seven appropriate ways to respond to bullies.