To receive a complaint or criticism is not a rarity in leadership. It comes with the position. But, there is a question I ask every time someone complains.
They’ve been a part of a team with a bad leader. The leader wasn’t a good leader, or fair. Their leader was just plain bad.
Much of our future success as leaders is determined by how well we start, and avoid new leader mistakes. It is more difficult to regain momentum for our leadership if it is lost or never begins early.
We’ve been dealing with this crisis long enough that we can make some reflections. Here are 8 leadership traits I’ve seen in pastors leading their churches.
I’ll admit that, even as the pastor, I am anxious. How do we lead an anxious congregation through this time when we feel anxiety?
As we enter this new phase of the coronavirus I see three distinct leadership categories: Survivor, Reviver, and Improvisor.