Archive for July, 2009
Empowering delegated leadership is as important to leading as baseball mitts are to baseball. You can still play without it, but very soon you will notice significant decreases in your effectiveness.
There is only one thing you can rely on that will always be perfect, that will never fail, and that is God.
Every leader, no matter what their position, should be doing each of three key actions. They should be setting a good example, delegating responsibility, and taking responsibility.
was reading timothy the other day and I noticed some great information Paul had written about church leaders and some of the guidelines for choosing them. So here I want to look over them, because I think they hold a powerful and convicting message for many today.
Leaders Find Solutions to Problems. If we didn’t have problems we wouldn’t need leaders. In this video we’ll look at a solution to our solar eclipse problem.
It is just so easy to put something off until tomorrow. We often do it for a variety of reason, such as anxiety, busyness, boredom, or dislike for the task. But whatever the reason, it needs to stop,
Many leaders fail every day. They fail for lots of reasons. But there are seven key reasons that you should know to help you avoid failing as a leader.
When you do a word association with humility, leadership probably does not pop into your head.
There is one rule that Parents Break all too frequently. Don’t be that parent.
Achieving your goals can be full of speed bumps and road blocks. Are you having a hard time being productive? Always remember “Track + Action = Traction.” To have traction, to gain speed, you need a track to set your course on and a will to take action.