6 Reasons to Stop Being a Sleepy Leader by Art Rainer
Operating on little sleep used to be a badge of honor in the workplace. Bags under the eyes communicated hard work and commitment. You could accomplish more with less, right? Not exactly.
Why I Jumped on Social Media and 3 Reasons I Am Still Here by Eric Geiger
I was not an early adopter to social media. When I moved to Nashville from Miami I was not on Twitter and wrote a blog post every few months. A month into my role, Dr. Rainer suggested I use Twitter and a blog. Because he is my boss, I took the suggestion as more than a suggestion and awkwardly jumped in.
Advice to New Leaders by Kelly King
A couple of weeks ago, I relayed some advice from LifeWay Women trainers on their “rookie” mistakes as new leaders. In addition to their “mistakes,” I also asked them for advice to new leaders. As I read through them, I realized this advice isn’t just for new leaders. I need to be reminded of these things on a regular basis. I hope you’ll look through this advice today and highlight two or three you need to incorporate in the near future.
It’s one of the toughest parts of church leadership. You feel like a staff member is not a good fit. Or the elders or personnel committee feel the same about the pastor. You are confronted with the reality that you might need to ask that person to step down.
Finish the Race by Betina Brandon
Our family gatherings are often filled with much joy, fellowship, laughter, and fun activities. When I say activities, I’m talking about competitions, water balloons, eggs, ropes, and races. My family is competitive, to say the least.