http://youtu.be/MYK0HH5XUy0 Doug Fields is one of my favorite speakers. This video is taken from the National Youth Workers confession back in 2011. You may not be a youth worker (I'm not) but there's a lot of great transferable principles here to help you develop the leaders who are following you.
One of the roles that came back on my StandOut assessment was Equalizer. If you're not familiar with StandOut it's written by the same guys who created StrengthsFinder. StandOut is different in it limits your top roles to 2 instead of 5 and tells you how to use those to stand out at work. So … Continue reading Pay Attention to The Right Gaps
Last week my team and I went to K1 Speedway after lunch for our annual Christmas staff outing. We had a great time racing against each other. Off to the side of the track there's a giant scoreboard with everyone's ranking in the race so you can see where you're at and how you stack … Continue reading Why Checking The Scoreboard Isn’t Always Good
http://youtu.be/ZhmaYD4Jkys Everyone seems busy but are we busy with the right things? In this month's podcast I'd like to share with you why you shouldn't try to do everything you can do and how that will bring you more satisfaction in your life and ministry.
A few years ago I was conflicted on how to handle a sensitive issue with someone in our church. They were behaving in a way that was hurting others. I was torn between confronting them at the risk of straining our relationship, letting it go in the hopes they would change on their own, waiting … Continue reading What to Do When You Don’t Know What to Do
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e9stKX0No4M Peter Bregman is one of my favorite authors and speakers. He is also one of the top consultants to CEOs on leading organizations. In this TED Talk Peter shares how leaders can lead change in their organizations successfully.