If 2020 has taught us anything it's that leading through a pandemic is HARD! Most of us started 2020 with all the hope and promise of a new year. We had confidence in our plans and confidence in our ability to lead our churches, businesses, and organizations to accomplish those plans. Then COVID-19 hit and … Continue reading Becoming A Confident Leader
It's often been said that organizations don't fail, leaders do. And the reality is that as leaders we all have gaps. If our organizations, churches, and businesses are going to last the test of time and have the ability grow, develop, and change...we have to shift from the old paradigm of leadership to the new. I … Continue reading Outdated Leadership Practices
I have a confession to make...I like crowds. The bigger the better. I love the energy of a crowded room. There's nothing like looking across the sea of faces in the worship center at our church on Sunday morning when the room is jam-packed. I have a feeling I'm not the only leader that feels this … Continue reading How do you measure success in ministry?
We all face a "collision with reality" when our good intentions don't produce the results we wanted. It's important to follow the Cycle of Success if we want to meet our personal, professional, and organizational goals.
I'm excited about the release of Mark Miller's new book, "Chess Not Checkers", this week. As the VP of Leadership Development for Chick-Fil-A, Mark knows what it means to be build a high performance organization. "Chess Not Checkers" is designed to help leaders elevate their game by taking a look at four key leadership principles: Bet on Leadership … Continue reading Chess Not Checkers