Are you hurried all the time? Out of breath most of the time trying to keep up? Are you drowning in emails, things to read, people to call, and not enough time on your calendar? Do you find yourself in your office more than out with your team? Do you look at all there is to do and sometimes it paralyzes you so you do nothing at all? Selma offers 4 powerful ways to move from hurriedness into confident leadership.
Stuff Church Leaders Say – Tony Morgan
Over the last number of months, Tony has overheard church leaders make statements that didn’t match his observations working with churches. He dispels some commonly believed myths, and offers powerful objectives that will help truly position your church for growth.
Growing a Team Vs. Growing a Church – Rob Jacobs
A leader, to be effective, needs to be able to focus on what will bring results and make an impact. Unhealthy things do not grow. Unhealthy teams cannot grow a healthy church. Health precedes growth. In this article, Rob offers powerful motivation to grow your team.
Influence or Interference? – Dan Reiland
As a leader, I always have an opinion for my team, but I shouldn’t always share it. Whether it’s a detail that matters, or something you’re passionate about, that doesn’t mean a leader needs to insert their influence. We leaders have to pay attention to the difference between influencing at the right times and what might be interfering unnecessarily.