“Effective leaders use that influence to rally people around a common mission, vision, and strategy. They take people on a journey.” Carey Nieuwhof shares five things that make you feel like you’re leading when you aren’t.
“I believe that in our current social climate, the most powerful apologetic for our Christian faith may be the intentional reconciliation among different cultures standing hand in hand as one united people led by a diversity of voices.” Daniel Hyun writes about leading a multicultural church staff on the LifeWay Pastors blog.
“One of the most dangerous forms of leadership, and one of the most frustrating, in my opinion, is the controlling leader.” Ron Edmondson shares four ways he believes a leader becomes controlling.
“Effective leaders communicate differently than do others. If you are a leader, and you know this language, it can be very easy to cast vision, to mobilize teams, and to outline strategy.” Scott Cochrane provides 10 simple rules for mastering the language of leadership.
“Busyness is a subtle yet powerful idol that places our efforts on the throne, and works make a horrible god.” Rob Tims talks about three ways busyness is destroying you and your relationships on the LifeWay Leadership blog.