Friday Finds - Difficult Employees, Smart Hobbies and Battling Discouragement
Each Friday I'll be sharing some of the best leadership articles I've recently read. I hope these articles help you lead smarter.
Let me know what you think of these articles in the comments below.
When you leave the ministry, business, work environment that you are currently in, will you leave anything behind? Will that place be marked by the way you lead and lived? Prevost gives 3 ways to ensure you will leave a legacy behind.
Ever had the right person with the wrong attitude on your team? Perhaps they have all the right skills to help your ministry grow but bring down the team's morale significantly on a daily basis. Here are several ways to help move those toxic employees to a healthy place on your team.
Have you ever considered that the way you spend your free time may have an impact on your job performance? Here are five hobbies that will boost productivity in the workplace.
New employees, especially millennials, want face time with their boss. They want communication lines between them and their superiors to be open. Lisa Evans writes a great article about the dangers of keeping your employees at a distance.
Recently, Vanderbloemen Search Group was ranked #1 Top Company Culture in the nation by Entrepreneur.com. In this article, Holly Tate, our Director of Business Development and my associate, discusses the intentionality of building a contagious culture.
I get the chance to interface with many ministry leaders on a weekly basis. Leaders from different states, denominations, backgrounds, and experiences. What is true for nearly all of them is that at one point or another, they have been discouraged in their leadership. Carey Nieuwhof writes a great post on how to combat discouragement.
Vanderbloemen Search Group's CEO, William Vanderbloemen, shares his journey from a young boy with a paper route to leading a company that helps churches build great teams. One of my greatest joys in this season is to learn from the business and pastoral mind of William's leadership, and this article gives more insight into the why behind our team's work helping the church.