Are you a grateful leader?

The tone set by a leader is contagious.

How to create a thriving team

Yes, with coaching, your team can likely accomplish significant goals you never imagined possible.

Welcome to Biblical Leadership!

This new "megablog" site is for Christian leaders who want to learn and apply biblical principles.

3 signs of a not-so-great team

We have a great team, but . . .

9 ways to lead through decisions

Here are some suggestions which many churches have found to be conducive to good, God-honoring decision-making.

Do you have an “Eeyore” on your team?

It seems that regardless of what happens this person on your team always find the negative and continue to feed into fear and doubt.


8 tips for developing your workplace culture

These important qualities define organizations with a strong culture.

Do you have a “no-man” on your team?

Can you pinpoint the tactical leader on your team? Dr. Bob Whitesel discusses how this type of leader results in a more balanced team.


Learning the art of the staff meeting

How would you define the purpose of your staff meetings or one-on-one meetings?


Does an open-door policy work?

Are you an approachable leader?


4 foundational scriptures for doing life together

It is vital for Christ-followers to do life together.

A leader's key to solving problems

How does your team handle obstacles? Do they look to you as the go-to person to solve problems?

Turning your limitations into opportunities

How many people are frustrated because they feel underused in the Church? How many people are sitting in their seat week after week untapped because we won’t let go?

3 more ways to respond when you care less

As the work of the church plays out on a daily basis, behind the scenes are hurt leaders who are forced to move on because they don’t have the time, energy, resources, or leadership to simply stop and process it all.

3 ways to respond when you care less

As the day-to-day work of the church plays out, behind the scenes there are hurt leaders who are forced to move on because they don’t have the time, energy, resources, or leadership to simply stop and process it all.

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