Posts Tagged leadership

3 Things About Fear

When it comes to creativity, fear seems to be an paralyzing resistance to the process of creating. But there’s something crazy about Fear that you may not know; there are a few things you need to know before you let it shut you down. In my book Creative Potential: Principles... read more

360 Review

360 Review

Traditional reviews are performed just by your manager. A 360 review includes your manager, your peers, and your direct reports. That’s why its called 360, because feedback comes from all directions in the organization. Today I’ll give you four solid reasons why you should consider implementing 360 reviews for yourself... read more

Young Leaders

EPISODE 118: 5 Ways to Develop Young Leaders

Alright, this week Carl’s going to share with you 5 Ways to Develop Young Leaders on your team. We’ve gotten some great feedback from you guys that you want to hear more from me and how he’s led volunteer teams in the past. We’ve listened, and we’ll have more interviews... read more

leadership gap

The Leadership Gap

It happens in life and it happens in our leadership…   It’s the gap between where we are and where we want to be. It’s the gap between where our organization is and where we know it needs to be. How we manage this gap and how we operate while... read more

Leading with Humilty

Usually the words “humble” and “leadership” are not readily matched together. Humbleness implies meekness, lowliness and submission. Even the Webster’s Dictionary defines the word “humility” as “a modest or low view of one’s own importance”. In contrast, leaders want to be confident, strong and bold. They want to carve out paths... read more

build influence

Ways to Quickly Build Influence

This post comes from a personal place for me. After 6 years at my previous church, I’m in a new place of service. I’m with new people, new coworkers, and a new environment. Being a pastor and someone who wants to influence the lives of the people around me for... read more