It’s easy to slip into the idea that you don’t need the church. Christians, whether you’re leading in the workplace, the home, or someplace else entirely, you must know that your leadership will falter if you do not have the church to keep you accountable. Selma Wilson shares four reasons we need the church.
Just about every leader knows “vision” is important, but for many, “vision” is just an abstract concept that doesn’t have practical effect on the daily life of a leader. Mike Lukaszewski shares some serious wisdom about the importance of keeping your vision in front of you.
Do you feel like you’re productive enough? Your answer to that question probably changes on a day-to-day basis, because often, it can be difficult to maintain consistent productivity. Life happens, which sometimes means work doesn’t. Here are 10 simple ways to maximize your workday, and even if you only implemented one or two of these, you’d be on the right track.
“Leadership is not making the right faces, memorizing the right lines, pumping your fist in precisely the right way at exactly the right moment.” Helpful piece from Umair Haque in HBR on evaluating yourself and whether or not you are a leader.
Just a couple of links above, we shared a post from Mike Lukaszewski about the importance of keeping vision in front of you. This week on the LifeWay Leaders blog, Ronnie Floyd shared five principles of leadership. I really respect Ronnie as a leader, and his principles of vision are instructive.