If you asked me which virtue I undervalued before, but value now, it wouldn’t even be close. Hands down, I’d say clarity. Personal Clarity Personal clarity is knowing who you are.
It’s not that I’m opposed to leadership. Quite the opposite. It’s just that I think we sometimes look to the wrong places for leadership wisdom, and this has disastrous consequences
I believe in the importance of vision and leadership. Still, I’ve grown almost allergic to the statements that seem to be so common about having and casting a vision. It’s why
What’s the first priority of leadership? Character. It matters more than leadership techniques, skills, or even results. The results that matter, after all, flow from character. I’ve been thinking about this
According to Robert Quinn, self-change is crucial to leadership. The organization — for instance, the church — will not change unless the leader (the pastors) experience deep change. Leadership is not so much a set