How can you re-engage your volunteers to serve enthusiastically with passion and energy? Lee Cockerell, retired Senior Vice President of Operations for Walt Disney World Resorts, brings over four decades of experience on the front lines of some of the world’s best run companies to his writing and speaking
Once you're clear on vision, it impacts every other initiative and area of ministry.
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To help your team build ownership and collaboration at the source of your vision, learn to separate critical and creative thinking.
As godly leaders, we are not only responsible for setting the temperature; we are responsible for knowing how the temperature we have set is affecting those who have to live inside of it.
While many church leaders say they value the idea of developing more leaders, few have processes in place to implement and measure the idea.
How to reach a 26-year-old who needs remedial education on all things in life – including the spiritual.
There are three parts to getting God’s vision for your ministry.
Recognizing and developing the potential of individuals is a real path to leadership.
Leaders sometimes offer excuses rather than taking the task of developing leaders seriously.
5 surprising leadership lessons from a visit to Silicon Valley.
The time in your staff meetings spent on these four agenda items is worth it every week.
How can we ensure that the past does not squelch but serve our mission in the present?
Vision clarity is a key factor in the healthy implementation of a pastoral transition strategy.
When pastors face new challenges, they sometimes get cold feet and settle for the status quo.
If the vision is big, it continually requires more leaders to help carry the growing weight and responsibility of leadership.
One aspect of a leader’s character is the convictions to which he is deeply committed.
When we focus on discipleship as first priority, leadership skills are caught.
What all of us possess, but most of us don’t use often enough, is the power of acknowledgement.
Lead above the daily grind and think further out, but beware of soaring too high above the work.
If you are considering going multi-site, it’s important to stay focused on multiplying the mission of God.
The unfortunate divide between “secular work” and “sacred work” has lasted too long. It’s important we see our work as a calling.