Working for a boss younger than you, lowering leaders’ frustration, and more.
Leading is often difficult. There are many blessings and joys that come along with being a leader, but sometimes, when the people who should be following you simply won’t follow, it can be frustrating. Jared Moore looks at what it’s like when you’re a pastor and your sheep aren’t following. How important is the connection between where you invest your time, and the velocity of forward momentum? Scott Cocrane says its important, and he shares just how important it is that you invest your time wisely. Church members and attenders, pay attention to Dr. Thom Rainer. Your pastors hate to hear this one sentence. Innovation is important to progress in any… [Read More]
Chemistry matters in an organization, and leaders can either contribute to it or mess it up. Cate More explains how certain traits make a leader toxic. “My door is always open.” Just about every boss has said it, but do you realize that it’s a cop out? Jason Fried explains how that phrase puts the onus on the employee to find the problems and interrupt you with them. Todd Rhoades poses a series of questions to help you gauge whether or not you’re a frustrating leader. We tend to think of the seminal moments, the big shifts as those times when life or business or ministry is defined. Brad Lomenick… [Read More]