7 Ways to Demoralize Your Team by Art Rainer
Are you a leader that speaks life into your team or do you find them demoralized? Read through Art’s blog for more insight and wisdom.
You have the ability to totally demoralize your team.
What you say and what you do can either motivate or dishearten your team. Unfortunately, some leaders, whether intentionally or unintentionally, choose the former rather than the latter.
3 Qualities of God that Fuel Christian Patience by Michael Kelley
Being patient for things in our life isn’t easy, especially if we’re believing wrong things about God. Michael shares some beautiful truths that will encourage your Christian walk.
Leadership, as you know, is a long game. It’s the arduous task of not only getting things done, but developing people. Whenever people are involved, the issue at hand always becomes more complicated. And inevitably, slower.
As a leader, then, patience is one of the qualities of our character that is most often tried. What makes matters worse is that we live in a Twitter world. Instantaneous information. Quick gratification. Faster food. Microwave relationships. Multi-tasking tasking. We have been conditioned to believe that everything must happen now.
5 Things Every Leader Should Tell Their Top Leaders by Carey Nieuwhof
Carey shares incredible insight about what you should be speaking over those you are leading.
If you could only tell your top leaders a few things, what would you tell them?
That’s not an easy question to answer, but it’s one I was asked recently as I spoke to the senior leadership team and staff at Next Level Church in Florida.
Our kids are lighthearted and carefree, but often the weight of everyday life keeps us from laughing with them. Josh reminds us to take time to laugh and have fun with our kids!
School is back. So is football. Soccer. Field hockey. Homework. Practices. Concerts. Performances. Church programs. More practices. Even more homework. Oh yeah, and stress. Lots of stress.
So much stress that you may even be growing a bit angry right now—either at me for posing this irresponsible idea of having more fun, or at yourself for still reading the blog. I get it.
This overview of successful people and what they read is interesting to review. You might pick up some great book recommendations!
You can tell a lot about a person by what they read. A person’s reading habits can tell you what they find important and what topics interest them. They can also reveal the importance that person places on learning and self-improvement. So what are you reading right now? How much do read each day?