Humility is one of the most important postures leaders must pursue. A leader who is too prideful to recognize his or her weaknesses is a disaster waiting to happen. But what do humble leaders even look like? Ron Edmondson shares 10 attributes of humble leaders.
Whether in or outside of the church, wise leaders seek accountability. No matter what you’re being held accountable for, you would be wise to submit yourself to the oversight and wisdom of others—this goes hand-in-hand with the humility principles Ron writes about in the link above. Avoid this leadership land mine, and read what Brad Lomenick has to say about accountability.
Chances are, if you’re a leader in a business or organization of some sort, you’re managing people. You have quirks that may bother them. Here are four things that drive employees crazy.
Scheduling is important for everyone, but especially for leaders, right? I am thankful for my assistant, Heather, who does a great job helping me manage all that I have going on. Have you ever thought about scheduling having a spiritual component? It does, or at least, it can. Michael Kelley explains the spiritual importance of scheduling.
“Building confidence does not require a complete personality overhaul. Instead, you can take smaller steps to become more self-assured and boost your confidence.” Read more from Anka Wittenberg about how you can build your confidence.