Stephen Altrogee has got a nice post on how we got our bible.
Do you Influence or Control your church/ group/ team? This was thought provoking.
Tim Challies wrote a thoughtful blog about how he gets things done.
James Macdonald has two more videos from the Elephant Room. One on pornography and one on playing to your strengths.
Here are Eight things every pastor needs to remember before a day of ministry.
I’m doing a leadership & management course at Youthworks College at the moment, and we just had a reading from a book called the Leadership & the One Minute Manager.
One of the chapters we read talked about differences in leadership style; the author said we often say either/or control or influence. The chapter was quite helpful in talking about how we can lead with both. Some people need you to control them while they learn the ropes, others work great when you influence them. The trick is working out who works best with what style of leadership.
Just a thought I thought might be helpful to chuck out there.
Hey Matt, I agree. But I think leaders in churches usually flip to the controlling paradigm not the influencing paradigm more often than not.
What other leadership books have you found helpful?
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