It is nearly impossible to keep up with advances in technology, even in the workplace. New types of communication and productivity tools seem to be created every day, and it can be overwhelming at times. One thing that doesn’t change, though, is good management. Much of the role of a leader is to lead and manage people.
“When people sit in a chair and listen to you for thirty minutes or three hours…what keeps them in that chair?” This is a crucial question leaders must ask themselves on a regular basis. Pastor Dan Reiland offers some insight about it on the LifeWay Leadership blog.
Leaders are broken. It is the job of any leader, but especially a Christian one, to have the self-awareness to acknowledge his or her brokenness and, by God’s grace, work toward obedience and righteousness. Art Rainer shares seven sins of a selfish leader.
All sorts of apps and leadership gurus provide promises of more productivity, but rarely deliver results. Mike Lukaszewski offers one, simple, free piece of advice to getting more done.
“Every leader will get one or more at some point in his or her leadership: the harsh, critical letter that is unsigned and unidentifiable,” Thom Rainer writes for the LifeWay Pastors blog. Leaders: how you respond to criticism matters.