One Simple Method for Being a More Proactive, Efficient Leader

As a leader, do you ever feel like you are more reactive than proactive? What systems are in place to ensure important tasks are not forgotten? What type of annual training is conducted for incoming leaders each year?

While all these questions may sound daunting, once the systems are in place the organization will run much smoother and way more efficiently and effectively. Leaders will be better equipped to lead proactively rather than reactively. This method of leadership is not only less stressful, but it is also more effective and models healthier leadership practices.

Ten Important Reminders as We Head into General Conference

Some have very high hopes and expectations for the outcomes of the long-awaited General Conference, while others are less optimistic that the complex process involved in legislation will actually bring about any real change. As we watch the process unfold, here are some important reminders to consider.

Six Powerful Steps to Easily Hold People Accountable

“Simple organizational structure and clear accountability are necessary conditions  for the exercise of effective leadership.” John Adair   Who doesn’t want to lead more effectively?  Yet, leaders often resist being […]

Easy Steps to Empower and Equip Every Laity Leader

Confucius said, “Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” So true! One consistent message I hear from churches is how they are struggling with training leaders. Does your […]