“Questions are a powerful tool for every leader. The greatest leaders I know ask lots of questions.” Ron Edmondson shares seven questions every leader should be asking.
“Do you want to be an epically bad boss? Do you want to grind employees into dust, crush their morale, and leave quaking dry husks of humanity in your wake?” Being a boss can be tough, but that’s no excuse to be a bad one. Barnabas Piper writes an important post on this.
Everyone wants to be respected right? The thing with respect is this: you have to earn it. Here are 11 ways to earn respect. Helpful piece.
We all struggle with the plague that is called “busyness.” Business often leads to busyness, but we, leaders especially, need to be more concerned with being effective than being busy. Helpful post at the LifeWay Pastors blog.
Leadership requires people to adapt. All leaders make mistakes because all leaders are people, even though some tend to act like robots from time to time. Making mistakes isn’t the problem—the problem arises when we don’t learn from mistakes. Mistakes must make us smarter, better leaders.