How Fun Is It to Work for You?

I’m excited about this guest post from Mark Miller, the Vice President of High-Performance Leadership at Chick-Fil-A. His latest book, Leaders Made Here, describes how to nurture leaders throughout the organization, from the front lines to the executive ranks and outlines a clear and replicable approach to creating the leadership bench every organization needs. Go pick up … Continue reading How Fun Is It to Work for You?

Leaders Help People Grow

It is the role of the leader to create environments where people can grow both personally and professionally. One of the best way to do this is by creating shared experiences for your team to grow. In Developing the Leaders Around You, John Maxwell shared three approaches he uses to grow team members. Every church … Continue reading Leaders Help People Grow

A Leaders Most Selfish Behavior

I believe the most selfish behavior a leader can exhibit is a refusal to reproduce themselves. I learned how selfish a leader I was at my very first church. I was serving as the Associate Pastor at a small church, overseeing the children’s and student ministries. I was young, idealistic, and enthusiastic…and thought I could … Continue reading A Leaders Most Selfish Behavior

The Magic Bullet For Developing Leaders

There are over 463 million results on google when you search “Leadership Development”. So why do so many churches struggle with a shortage of well equipped leaders? I believe we have a shortage of leaders because we are constantly searching for a magic bullet when it comes to developing leaders. There’s something in the wiring … Continue reading The Magic Bullet For Developing Leaders

Leaders Are Learners

Successful leaders are consistent learners. They are constantly developing and improving their skills. I am convinced that growth is inevitable if you invest time and resources in your leadership development. John Maxwell teaches that the moment we stop learning, we stop leading. So it makes sense that if we are going to be life long … Continue reading Leaders Are Learners