Healthy Leadership for the Long Haul By Kelly King and Casey Merrifield
Healthy leadership. Is it even possible? What marks a healthy leader, and how can we make sure it lasts a lifetime? Leaders come and go. In their wake, they leave a trail of victories and defeats. Some leave a legacy of honor and respect. But what happens when leaders fall? What happens when leaders, who at one time may have left an honorable legacy, end up leaving collateral damage in the wake of that legacy?
3 Times My Leader Frustrated Me To Help Me (A Millennial’s Insights) By Carey Nieuwhof and Kevin Jennings
Kevin Jennings has done marketing and platform development with Orange, Tony Robbins, Oprah Winfrey, Dave Ramsey and many more. Kevin has also worked with me to help me launch much of what you read and experience—some of my books, my podcast and more. I’m thrilled to have him share some insights on my blog today. – Carey Nieuwhof
How Being a Father Helps You Know the Father By Eric Geiger
In the Geiger house there is a moment on Father’s Day that is one of my favorite moments each year. Kaye started the tradition ten years ago when she gave me the “Daddy book,” a book each daughter gives me and adds to each year. They add pictures, list their favorite memories from the year, and write me an encouraging note.
The Shared Values of Leadership Development By Todd Adkins
Creating a church’s distinct culture is one of the most important but difficult aspects of leadership. Culture really comes down to shared behavior or values. We embed these shared values through Scripture, strategy, structure, systems, skills, and style.
Goals Are Good, Initiatives Are Better By Frank Bealer
The goal was clear. My son wanted to make his mark. It was his first year on his high school football team, being new to the sport his playing time had been pretty limited, but today would change everything. He’d received the nod from his coach. He’d be starting. For two days prior to the game, all he spoke about was making his first major tackle, maybe even a sack. Either way, their county rival would feel the wrath of Micah Bealer. He texted me on game day with a request. “Everyone is drinking this new performance drink that is way better than Gatorade or Powerade.