The leverage of leadership

One leader, investing in enough leaders, will change everything.
  Dave Blundell

Why self-reflection will improve your leadership

When was the last time you examined how you executed an event or meeting? Or considered your past mistakes?
  Richard Blackaby

Assessing someone’s value

It may be thought that someone’s value is determined by their qualifications and performance. Gene Appel, Senior Pastor of Eastside Christian Church in Anaheim, California, challenges leaders to look beyond the surface and remember this key principle.
 

Help, I’m working for a narcissist!

So how is a follower to cope with such a boss?
  Andy Zawacki

Practicing gentleness in an age of hostility

How will this fruit of the Spirit change your leadership?
  Ben Marshall

5 reasons pastors need to be assertive

Pastors of plateaued and declining church should take note of these “whys” behind assertiveness.
  Bud Brown

What is “Wild Church” and where is it going?

A look inside more organic churches.
  Bob Whitesel

Are you an unfriendly leader?

Understanding our criteria for labeling others and how they label us will only produce greater unity within the teams we lead.
  Mike Bonem

Why an engineer cares about theology

Here’s how theology changes my perspective and influence in the workplace.
  James Bruyn

How to use discipleship as an antidote

Criticism and complaining can be an event or a lifestyle. Here is an antidote to consider.
  D Eric Schansberg

5 observations about the turn inward

It is often the turn inward which sends churches on a one-way journey to obscurity. Here are five observations about this tragic mistake.
  Brian Thorstad

7 spiritual challenges for imperfect leaders

Perfection isn’t the requirement for those who wish to lead. Progress is.
  Brandon Cox

Why this is the best business guide

With a plethora of leadership and business resources, it might be difficult to discern the best tools for your organization. However, don’t miss this one.
  Joseph Lalonde

Putting the "we" in leadership

Who would have thought that what you learned in sixth-grade English class would turn out to be such an important leadership lesson?
  Mike Mowery

Choosing to be different in the workplace

Would I compromise my convictions in order to be received into the group?
  Jeff Klick

What I must change

This list is neither complete nor exhaustive. God is still working on me.
  Thom Rainer

How to differentiate yourself as a servant-leader

You won’t find it in most business classes or leadership books. Or hear about it around most boardrooms or breakrooms.
  Mark Deterding

The truth about time management

There’s a hoax being perpetuated that time management is essentially about technique.
  Margaret Marcuson

Who will you follow?

Even more important than your following will be the leader you choose to exemplify.
  Phillip Foster

4 ways to build leadership transparency

Without trust, leadership suffers. However, when a staff, customers or congregation trust their leaders, good things happen.
  Charles Stone

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Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
Romans 12:2 (NIV)
Ed Stetzer

Ed Stetzer, Ph.D., holds the Billy Graham Chair of Church, Mission, and Evangelism at Wheaton ...

Jeff Klick

Dr. Jeff Klick serves as the senior pastor of Hope Family Fellowship, an age-integrated church ...