Perhaps one of the more difficult tasks that comes with many leadership roles is the need to motivate change. Along those same lines, your leadership role may require you to motivate people to change themselves. This can be even more difficult. Ron Edmondson shares why he thinks people resist growth.
Selma Wilson writes, “Meeting time is expensive time for your team.” Amen to that. She shares 10 ways to derail a meeting, and I advise you learn from, but to not attempt to complete this list of actions.
Leaders, what are you doing to try to help minimize distractions for your team? The office, whether it be a business, church, or other sort of organization, can be a distracting place. Leaders should, as much as they can, help their teams stay focused.
“Moods become sinful weights for us when they cease helping us identify our beliefs and align them with God’s promises and instead become a means of Satan emotionally manipulating us and us emotionally manipulating others.” Jon Bloom shares serious wisdom on how our mood affects our leadership on the LifeWay Leadership blog.
Do you feel overwhelmed? Most of us feel overwhelmed at some point throughout the year. Sometimes we feel overwhelmed for a season, sometimes for a week, or otherwise. How do you deal with being overwhelmed? Art Rainer shares five ways to do when you feel overwhelmed.