To Succeed as a First Time Leader, Relax – David Brendel
A successful leadership transition depends on substantial cognitive restructuring. Many newly appointed managers, as they assume unfamiliar roles, cling to a belief system that emphasizes “hard skills” and a “nose to the grindstone” mentality.
Why You Need to Take Small Steps – Joseph LaLonde
You have lofty goals. I know you do. You’re the kind of leader who wants to change the world. But then you’re frozen with analysis paralysis. You don’t know what to do to move forward.
You Know When You’re Really Preaching the Gospel When… – Dave Harvey
Because of it’s nebulous nature, some pastors desperately try to find some measurement or number that will help them determine if they are successful. They want to be assured they are doing a good job. So how can a pastor tell when he’s faithfully preaching the gospel?
Are You Adding Value? – Tony Dungy
Some mentoring relationships last for years and result in deep friendships. Others can happen in a moment of sharing the wisdom of your experience with someone standing right before you.