Is your leadership more than words?

Great leaders have the courage to act!

How to navigate a tough staff conversation

It’s easy to neglect such vital conversations for several reasons: fear, they’ve gone sour in the past, we don’t know how, etc. But to lead well, we must not avoid those talks.

The disciplines of disruption

Many great CEOs are also great disruptors. However, Jesus was the greatest disruptor of all time. Christian executives and business leaders would do well to follow the disruptive disciplines of the leader Jesus.

Are you wise with your buckets of influence?

Every leader has both buckets. Good leaders know when to use the right bucket.

5 elements to create a trusting atmosphere

Trust is necessary if organizations are going to thrive. By implementing these five requirements, trust will abound and organizations will thrive.

How to be joyful in your leadership

By choosing to model joy, I hope my colleagues can see ‘work’ and ‘vocation’ as synonyms for joy.

Book review: Through Colored Glasses

A review of Through Colored Glasses: How Great Leaders Reveal Reality—A Biblical Leadership Fable and interview with the author, Tom Harper, about how you can become a better leader.

Discovering next steps in a season of transition

Are you in a season of transition? Sensing God’s call to step into the “more” He has for you? How you approach this season could have a high impact on your Christian leadership.

Acknowledging God in your biblical leadership

Whatever your biblical leadership position—from leading a team at Starbucks to the pastor of a church—it is God who has blessed you with the ability to lead. ​​​​​​​

How to help your employees feel peaceful about change

As a leader, have you ever experienced a period of “no change?” I haven’t.

Do all people deserve to be loved?

Gene Appel challenges us to think outside of our perspective and instead with God’s, regarding the people we rub shoulders with every day.




Faith when no one is looking

The Lord is looking for people of genuine faith—men and women who have a faith that is clear-to-the-bone and authentic.

Book review: I Once Was Lost

Delightful. That’s my one-word review of the book by Presbyterian pastor Don Everts and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship coordinator, Doug Schaupp (IVP Books).

A new year, a new leader?

True leaders leave the premises knowing they made lives better.

Understanding God's role for a Millennial leader

Here are three attitudes of Millennial leaders about God’s role in their work.

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