Brainstorming ideas is an important part of many leadership roles. Whether you’ve been tasked to brainstorm a new business plan, you’re trying to set up a leadership pipeline in your church, or you’re working with your spouse to brainstorm ways to help your children in their schoolwork, sifting through ideas is a task in many leadership roles. Here are five ways to make an ordinary idea extraordinary.
“If you sensed God’s leadership to marry your spouse, and I assume you did, you must believe that God has called you to walk in ministry together.” Wisdom from Ronnie Floyd on the pastor and marriage.
Many leaders struggle with assembling the right team for their work. Fitting the right employees in the right roles can be difficult. Scott Cochrane offers 10 qualities he likes to find in leaders that join his team—maybe these may help you build yours.
Philip Nation has a lot of leadership experience in the church and otherwise. On the LifeWay Leadership blog earlier this week, he shared a number of lessons he wishes he would have learned when he was younger. Young leaders: read, learn, and remind yourself of these things.
I am so thankful for Selma Wilson and the wisdom she brings to her leadership role at LifeWay, especially when it comes to matters of job performance and human resources. This week, she shared six resume mistakes college graduates (and others) make. Don’t make these mistakes!