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Gaining and maintaining credibility is vital to effective leadership. If the people you follow or the people you lead cannot trust you, you’re in a bad spot. Here are 10 ways you can cultivate credibility among those with whom you work.
“Great leaders remain humble, knowing they didn’t get where they are on their own nor will they stay there without the help of others.” Ron Edmondson dishes some wisdom, sharing seven pitfalls that can cripple leaders.
Prayer must be the foundation of a Christian leader’s leadership. Whether you’re leading a church, an organization, or simply your family, you must start by bringing your hopes and fears before the Lord in prayer. Michael Kelley shares about how prayer is joining a conversation already in progress. Effective leaders are praying leaders.
“When church leaders make these words a regular part of their daily conversations, they can make an incredible difference in the lives of people in the pews,” writes Chris Brown for the LifeWay Leaders blog. So what are the 10 words?