From over at Seth's Blog , here is a great principle for problem-solving that all good leaders need to keep in mind. Click on "Our normal approach is useless here."
Today we reflect on the attack on the World Trade Center, the innocents who lost their lives, and remember the hatred behind the deed. There are always those who will attempt to "take over" such a time with their own agenda. Seth Godin's blog today puts that into perspective.
There is a great little piece by Seth Godin over at Seth's Blog this morning. It's a great reminder about the importance of remaining who you are and remembering what you stand for, especially in the little things. Check it out.
I stumbled on a great (if that's the right word) list of why churches stall. Pastors and church leaders can benefit from thinking through the list. If you look closely, each reason can be traced back to an underlying (false) assumption about the church. It's so important for churches (and any other organization) to keep their focus … Continue reading Leadership Snip-Its
All leaders fail at one time or another. Even (especially?) the very best. Over at Seth Godin's place, he suggests there is a hierarchy to failure and furthermore, we should deliberately follow it. Definitely worth thinking about. Check it out.
Here is a short selection of some thoughtful proverbs on pain and leadership from Dave Travis over at the Leadership Network. Although designed for pastors and educators, it's definitely applicable for all organizational leaders.