“In a society where helping yourself has become the norm, it seems like fewer and fewer people still have the courage to ask someone else for help.” Jacqueline Whitmore explains why it’s important to ask for help, which is applicable to leaders.
“Some pastors, perhaps unknowingly, undermine their own leadership credibility. They find themselves in constant frustration without always knowing why.” Marty Duren shares seven ways pastors undermine their own credibility.
“Making the leap from unit-level manager to company-level executive requires some key changes to your leadership style.” This helpful video from Harvard Business Review talks about how managers become leaders.
“If you are going to lead – wouldn’t you want to lead in a way which creates value in the lives of others and the organizations you lead?” Ron Edmondson shares 10 ways to add value to people and organizations you lead.
“We all make leadership mistakes and learning to laugh at ourselves and laugh with others about our missteps is a sign of leadership strength and not weakness.” Selma Wilson has three reasons why leaders need to learn to laugh at themselves.