Leadership

  1. 4 Types of Anonymous Critics

    Blog 4 Types of Anonymous Critics

    I’ve received my share of criticism. It comes with leadership. If you aren’t receiving criticism, you probably aren’t leading. I’ve also received my share…

  2. Asking the Questions

    Blog Asking the Questions

    For me leadership involves a constant willingness to be asking the questions. One of the challenges though that comes with this is figuring out what the questions are that need to …

  3. 7 “R’s” of Healthy Team Member Correction

    Blog 7 “R’s” of Healthy Team Member Correction

    The way a leader handles correction of someone on the team is important if the desire is to keep quality people on the team. All of us occasionally need someone to help us become…

  4. Mark Driscoll and the Death of Christian Celebrity Culture

    Blog Mark Driscoll and the Death of Christian Celebrity Culture

    Mark Driscoll has taken quite a beating on Christian blogs and social media in recent days. He has probably deserved a good bit of the flak he’s received, but as is the case …

  5. Teaching to Reality Not Our Assumptions

    Blog Teaching to Reality Not Our Assumptions

    Just back from doing a weekend training event with lay people, certified lay ministry candidates, local pastors, and pastors serving United Methodist churches who are not United…

  6. 7 Examples of Unwritten Rules that Shape an Organization

    Blog 7 Examples of Unwritten Rules that Shape an Organization

    In an organization the unwritten rules are just as important, if not more important than the written rules. If you are considering making changes, implementing something new, …

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