Employee advocacy is about genuinely caring for your people. Great leaders not only deeply care for their people, their people know deeply that their leader cares for them. By communicating, praising, stretching, and creating safety, your team will be encouraged and cared for by your advocacy.
One of my favorite books of 2019 was Michael Hyatt’s productivity book and system Free to Focus. My team read this together, and all of us came to the book with our wants and unique suspicions. By the end of the book, we all had helpful takeaways that will change the way we work in 2020.
I recently joined my friend Seth Muse on his podcast (The Seminary of Hard Knocks) to talk tips on communications and church leadership.
Finding your next church job can be as daunting as it is exciting. Where do you even begin? Here is a helpful list of 10 trusted websites to help you find the best church jobs.
Church leadership training and development is not always easy to come by. Here are a few church leadership training resources to help you own your development.
The cliche is true: leaders are readers. As the new year approaches, what will you read in 2020? Here are 5 books for church leaders to consider.
These 3 leadership principles are hard to accept but inescapeable on the leadership journey.
There are many things you need to wait on doing when starting a new church job. Here are 4 things to do immediately upon starting.
Leadership isn’t easy. Church leadership is downright difficult.
I am grateful to hit my goal of 24 books for 2018. By scheduling daily time to read and listen to audiobooks, I was able to read many good books, and a few great ones. Below is my list, rankings, and meaningful quotes from each title.