“Priorities are powerful. Even if you operate at the greatest possible level of productivity, your work won’t mean much if it’s spent on tasks that ultimately have little bearing on the health or development of your company.” Good words from Anna Johansson on the importance of priorities in the life of a leader.
Being in leadership positions can open you up to all sorts of compliments and criticism you may not be used to receiving. Amidst the compliments, you must stay humble, and amidst the complaints, you must stay encouraged. Here are five signs you may be wounded by criticism from Selma Wilson.
“What the leader says can negatively impact other people or the organization. Good leaders have to learn to think strategically — even when making quick decisions.” Helpful wisdom from Ron Edmondson on making decisions in the moment.
Ronnie Floyd is one of the most gifted leaders I know. He wrote recently for a LifeWay Church Leaders blog post, “Forward leaders call people to rise beyond their own preferences and desires to be a part of something greater than themselves.”