Are you weary as you work for the Lord? May these four leadership lessons from a minor leader in the Bible encourage you.
The Sign That Freaked Me Out As A Leader
So many times I pray as. a leader for God to give me a clear sign. This time, He did...
The Cost of Not Paying Attention as a Leader
Life is so hurried. It took a week-long retreat and the removal of my phone and laptop to show how I wasn't paying attention. What is the cost of not paying attention as leaders?
The Journey to Easter: Four Lessons in Waiting Well as Leaders
In the Journey to Easter, not much is spoken about "Silent Saturday" between the agony of Good Friday and miracle of Resurrection Sunday. Here are four lessons as leaders for us to wait well for our dreams and miracles.
Waved Palms to Pierced Palms–Bending Low in Humility as a Leader
As we prepare for Easter, Jesus taught us so many leadership lessons, including humility.
Keeping Your Passion For Your Calling As a Leader
As leaders, how do we keep our passion for our calling strong when we face opposition and obstacles? Nehemiah gives us four leadership lessons to keep our passion burning in our heart and mind as we move forward.
Three Questions to Ask Yourself When You Say Something You Regret
We often say words we regret. But what if these words are a sign of something more going on inside? We can choose to ignore the deeper issue or we can choose to address it. The choice we make will determine the reputation we have as a leader.
Battle Weary as a Leader? Five Lessons to Promote Rest On All Sides
As a leader, we experience tension and battles every day. Are you battle weary? Let's look at five leadership tips to experience rest on all sides.
How prepared are you to offer constructive feedback?
In your leadership role, do you find yourself having to provide constructive feedback on a regular basis? Have you mastered that art? Continue reading to learn what you can do to prepare for welcomed constructive feedback.
So Close and Yet So Far: 4 Signs You are Settling as a Leader
As leaders we make goals. Sometimes we can be so close to achieving that goal or so close to our 'Promised Land," that we settle. This story about the Israelites provides a good example and four signs to know when we are settling as leaders.