I hope you've had a great week. Whether your week was full of struggles or celebrations, I hope you've found the courage to lead well.
Here are 5 articles to help you lead smarter this week.
A large part of leadership is setting up others for success. To be able to do that, the leader needs to know who's on their team and how to help them reach their potential. In this article, Vozza discusses six habits of leaders who bring out the best in their team.
Justin Bieber has made an impact on the world. For better or worse, he is an influencer. Over the past couple of years Justin has become more vocal about his faith and his personal relationship with Jesus. Belieber or not, Justin has some profoundly inspiring things to say about Christianity in this article.
Wondering if and when there will come a point in your business when it's time to cut your losses and throw in the towel? William Vanderbloemen outlines 6 ways to know when it might be time to give up.
If you've been in ministry or your church has been around for more than 10 years, it might be time to shake things up a bit. What kept people coming back a decade ago is different than what is attracting people to churches now. Check out this article by Carey Nieuwhof for some practical changes to keep you and your church relevant.
Did your attendance jump around the holidays and at the beginning of the calendar year? Are you left wondering how to keep these new people coming back every week? Check out this article by my colleague, Brian Dunks.
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