Insecurity is awful, isn’t it? It’s awful because it has both internal and external effects. Insecurity affects the way in which you see yourself, and, as a result, it affects the way in which you relate to and work with others. Insecurity can seep into the life of a leader at any time, and the first step to working through it is recognizing it.
I’m so thankful for the LifeWay Men’s Ministry blog. Recently, they shared a blog post from parenting expert Meg Meeker on why daughters need their fathers. As a father of daughters, this piece hit me hard. Important, urgent words on why daughters need their dads.
Perhaps one of the most vital part of leadership that often gets overlooked is the importance of leading the culture of your team, division, or staff, to be a positive, effective one. Leading people is just one part of leadership. Leading the culture of your team is another. Here are four ways to create a culture that breeds success, and while I don’t necessarily agree with all the author has to say, I find the post helpful.
I shared a blog post from Will Mancini earlier this week, and my friend Ed Stetzer did too. On Ed’s blog, Will shared about the importance of showing the people you lead where they fit in the larger story. Important, helpful words from Will.
At one point or another, we’ve all been grumbling followers, unhappy with the person who leads our church, work team, or otherwise. In a recent blog post at the LifeWay Church Leaders blog, Jenni Catron asks a very important question: “What is your first response when those you lead argue or complain?”