The attitude of leadership

People often talk about “leadership as influence.” If people are following you, you’re leading. But it’s less often that we talk about whether we’re worth following. Brad Lomenick wrote recently about the call to leaders in Philippians 2: Starting with verse 2: “Make my joy complete by being of the same mind, maintaining the same … Continue reading The attitude of leadership

Teamwork means unity (or, boats don’t get anywhere if you’re paddling in 12 different directions)

“The successful company is not the one with the most brains, but the most brains acting in concert.” – Peter Drucker The success of a team depends on unity and common direction. And that unity and common direction comes from intentional communication, building relationships, listening, sharing stories, and spending time together. It’s not easy work, … Continue reading Teamwork means unity (or, boats don’t get anywhere if you’re paddling in 12 different directions)