Most people dread meetings. Often, meetings are organized to address a project or problem that is worth addressing, but far too often, meetings are more trouble than they’re worth. This week, Selma Wilson, with whom I am blessed to work, shares some ways you can make meetings more effective and increase results.
“It’s ultimately up to you to lead well. It’s your responsibility to be the best leader you can be.” Brad Lomenick shares some serious wisdom on how NOT to lead well this week on the LifeWay Leaders blog.
Often, you may hear people say things like, “Everyone is a leader!” If you’re like me, you sometimes wonder if that’s really true. Art Rainer makes a compelling case that you can be a leader, even if you may not think so.
Some people have this false idea that preaching isn’t a function of leadership as much as, say, administration. Chris Hefner shares four reasons why preaching is leadership from the LifeWay Pastors blog.
Long-term, successful leaders are becoming more and more difficult to find, especially as young people are hopping from job to job. Ron Edmondson shares seven pillars he has observed in long-term, successful leaders over the years.