As Christ followers, God never promised we wouldn't have conflict. He just said that the way we resolved it would be different! We CAN have conflict that results, not in drama, but in peace. Here are some ways to achieve this...Read More
We live in a fast paced world full of distractions. As leaders, we may often find our minds running away from the moment, filled with thoughts of the day, to do lists, and worry. These things, all of this “noise” in its varying forms can hinder our ability to truly engage God.Read More
CourageToLead coach and church planter, Eric Metcalf walks us through his church's beginnings, sharing their simple strategy for multiplication. It started with small groups that embody the Jesus mission...Read More
Honoring others communicates love, respect, and integrity. If our actions don't honor others, then how can we honor God? I recently challenged myself to think about my interactions with my family, co-workers, and friends... do they carry honor or not?
In most of our thinking about great leadership, we often skip over one particular characteristic that has a surprising influence on a leader’s ability to lead better… great leaders are great listeners. How do your listening skills measure up?Read More
Difficult personal and workplace relationships can cause anxiety, burnout, clinical depression and even physical illness. What’s more, highly toxic workplace affiliations can undermine your professional success and threaten your livelihood. With this in mind, it’s essential to evaluate relationships intelligently. Here are 8 pitfalls to avoid...Read More
Healthy relationships at work can propel you to great heights of achievement; dysfunctional or toxic ones will tether you to mediocrity. Your success at work depends on your ability to set the kinds of boundaries that encourage mutual respect and keep the focus on productivity. Here are 4 ways you can set boundaries...Read More