To move forward, you often have to look back and see where you’ve been. Today, we recap the top lessons posted this week from some key leaders. From Brad Lomenick’s 10 Good Leadership Questions To Ask Yourself to Ronnie Floyd’s challenge for church leader’s to think bigger, it has been a week filled with great leadership lessons. Let’s take a look at some of the top highlights from the week:
Top questions from Brad Lomenick this week:
Who currently has permission to call me out and say the hard things to me that I need to hear?
Am I comfortable surrounding myself with people who are better at their jobs than I am?
Who am I grooming/coaching to replace me in my current role?
Key learnings this week from Eric Gregeir this week:
We invest time to re-teach our mission and values to the team.
We hire through the lens of our mission and values.
Stories can give people a tangible example of what living a value really looks like.
Evaluation through the lens of mission and values further drives them into the culture.
Words of wisdom on vision from Dr. Ronnie Floyd:
Vision is rallying people to a better future. Vision is helping people see what you see already. Vision is calling the invisible into visibility. Vision is usually determined by your burden and by your faith.
Any vision we have needs to be a vision that is tied to the vision of Jesus.
When you connect what you desire to do with His vision, you send your vision to an entirely different level.
Are you thinking big enough? Is your church thinking big enough?
10 Good Leadership Question To Ask Yourself by Brad Lomenick’s: https://www.leadership.lifeway.com/2017/02/20/10-good-leadership-questions-to-ask-yourself/
5 Practical Ways to Drive Values Deeper by Eric Greiger: https://www.leadership.lifeway.com/2017/02/21/5-practical-ways-to-drive-values-deeper/
You’re Not Thinking Big Enough by Dr. Ronnie Floyd: https://www.leadership.lifeway.com/2017/02/22/youre-not-thinking-big-enough-part-1/