Solve or manage?

Good leaders know how to solve problems. Great leaders know how to manage tensions. One takes skill. The other takes heart.

A gift of grace

Remember, Peter heard a rooster crow every morning for the rest of his life. A gift from the Savior to remind Peter daily of the amazing...

Who you are...

Who you are is not the success or failure you experience. Success is fleeting and failure is not final. They do not by right determine...

Hyperdriven leaders...

By the sheer force of their personality, hyperdriven leaders have often maneuvered themselves into positions where they answer to few,...

Remember today leader...

...that in the end your leadership should be expressed in terms of impact upon and relationship to people. Measure your true...

Seeing people...

Far too many leaders like crowds, but not people.

Leadership Takes More Than It Gives

Leadership is not a primary way to have needs for acceptance, achievement, or significance met. In fact, if you try to meet needs this...

The thinking leader...

For a leader to think is good. For a leader to think about how he thinks is better. For a leader to change his thinking is victory.

Sometimes stay.

God sometimes calls us to stay in very difficult situations because He has something greater to do beyond our comfort. Following Jesus...