The Best Leadership Articles I Read This Week
This Week’s Best Leadership Articles:
“You can’t successfully lead change without having a clear destination. In the rush to demonstrate that action is happening, that’s a simple point too often missed. Quick wins can lead to big losses if we are not moving in the right direction.”
“So what does Kirby’s [United Airlines CEO] decision to fly private while thousands remained stranded in airports, Pontius Pilate’s decision to forego making a decision on Jesus’s innocence, and Jesus washing the feet of the disciples have in common? Believe it or not, more than you would think.”
“While we won’t know the full impact of the disruption [from the pandemic] for a few more years, the steady decline of church attendance over the decades may be on the verge of becoming a new exodus. Barna data that tracks the church attendance patterns of Christians and the general population during 2020 against a pre-pandemic benchmark shows dramatic changes in church attendance patterns and attitudes. I’ll share the results of that survey first, and then offer four reflections and reasons why people are leaving the church. The first two are more about our strategy. The next two are more about our tone and the state of our hearts as leaders.”
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- How to Take a Sabbath: Healthy Leaders Don’t Avoid The Sabbath, They Get Ready For It
- Leaders are Readers: Keep Reading When You Get Back To Work
- 2 Ways To Avoid Overcommitting Yourself As A Leader
- Life as a Pastor: How Can We Cultivate Resilience in Ourselves and Others?
- The best way to pastor people…
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