Workplaces that support employee mental health are progressive. But what about the mental health of the leaders?
Sometimes we have to look at things on a deeper, heart level and understand why people and situations are the way they are. Even why we are the way we are, and what we might need to change.
The common leadership counsel to focus on your strengths is wise, with one important caveat. Your weaknesses must be addressed and brought to an acceptable norm or they will overshadow your strengths.
How do you deal with disappointment? We need to grieve disappointment in a healthy way.
I encounter many leaders who claim to want delegation to be a part of their leadership. They know the value, but they are often frustrated with the results they receive on delegated projects. Here are five reasons delegation fails.
As healthy leaders, as we believe and live by faith and not sight, we progressively become who we already are … in Christ.
Effective leaders look beyond the expected into the realm of possibility. They look beyond the normal into the supernatural realm of God.
Jesus models for us a letting go of control, earthly power, and reputation. He empties Himself at the cross, trusting in the goodness and love of the Father. God intends that we follow the same path. Yet, in situations both the large and small, we find this incredibly difficult. Why?
Yet another urban legend: According to news reports, Lucky, a German shepherd guide-dog for the blind, has so far been responsible for the deaths of all four of his previous owners.
John Owen strongly challenged: “Be killing sin or sin will be killing you.” Overcoming temptation is active, not passive. Here are three temptations leaders must fight against daily.
God’s love hadn’t looked over the years how I expected it to, and this failed unspoken expectation had opened a door for me to believe a lie about God’s very character.
I’ve often heard people say you can’t measure discipleship. I don’t know if that’s true. Granted, it’s still going to be subjective, as is this post, but I believe the Bible gives us clear indications someone has been discipled.
A lot of people are very fearful of trying to bring discernment into management decisions. But our own intellect may not be enough in making decisions.
Exemplary leaders accomplish great things by enabling others to take ownership of and responsibility for the organization’s success.
How to form Christians today is unclear.
There must be a balance between vision and performance, between leadership and management, and between change and continuity.
Leaders do not follow where the path may lead; they go instead where there is no path, and leave a trail.