2 Qualities in All Great Leaders by Eric Geiger
Great leaders are both intentional and intense. Great leaders bring focus and fury, precision and passion, wisdom and work ethic. With wisdom and discipline, they identify what matters most. And with passion, they continually pursue what matters most.
How To Keep Going When Hope Turns To Disappointment by Dan Rockwell
Throwing in the towel feels like relief when hope turns to disappointment. Sometimes the voice in your head says, “It’s not worth it.” Meaningful achievement includes disappointment. Hard-fought battles taste sweet but include frustrations, setback, and disenchantment.
Get More Productive At Work With Gratitude by Keith Webb
I’m a problem-solver. I spot problems and address them. This perspective has sometimes caused the people I’ve worked with to become discouraged when I pointed out the one part of their otherwise perfect work that needed improvement. These days I have a new approach. Here’s how to get more productive at work with gratitude.
Five Marks of A Servant Leader by Jon Bloom
All professing Christians agree that a Christian leader should be a servant leader. Jesus couldn’t be clearer:
“The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them, and those in authority over them are called benefactors. But not so with you. Rather, let the greatest among you become as the youngest, and the leader as one who serves.” (Luke 22:25–26)
Four Ways to Face Criticism by Kelly King
Recently I was listening to a podcast and was reminded of this truth in leadership: Leaders who make courageous decisions will face criticism. The timing of this truth was extremely relevant for my personal ministry leadership. I had just completed my largest leadership conference of the year and was on my way to read through the massive number of evaluations that sat in my trunk. Part of me looked forward to seeing how God had moved in the hearts of women, but part of me dreaded the criticism that comes when you give people the opportunity to publicly evaluate your work.