Behaviors That Destroy Leadership

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How to Define Leadership Skills the Way Jesus Did

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The Creation of Strong Leadership the Way Jesus Did Strong and healthy leaders are needed within any organization. What exactly creates strong leadership? The definition of leadership will depend upon who answers the question. Some people approach leadership with a very authoritarian character. Others approach leadership with the attitude of a “boss.” A true leader […]

Leading While Being Led

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Leading While Being Led Have you ever tried leading while being led? It is amazing to me how many people want to be the man in charge but have no clue how to follow people. It has been my understanding that I need to know how to follow to know how to lead. I have […]

Are You Getting A Day of Rest?

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Day of Rest? “By the seventh day God had finished the work he had been doing; so on the seventh day he rested from all his work.” Genesis 2:2 Regardless of what your week has been like, you are ready for a day of rest.  Every one of us needs a day off from the […]

Transitions, Part 4: Managing Change

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 Race or Slow Pace? Two Ways to Manage Change Change is a constant for your team. Like other transitions a team faces, your team members manage change in radically different ways. As a team conducts ministry, it passes through four inescapable transitions – movements or changes that take the team from one “place” to another. […]