4 Ways Leaders Can Tell If They’re Hearing the Full Truth

Leaders must be truth-tellers. But it’s equally important to be truth-hearers. In order to chart a strong, accurate course, leaders must know they are receiving honest, direct feedback. But the reality is, every leader has experienced an occasion when the answer to a question has sounded somehow “off”. It might not have sounded like a…

5 Outdated Axioms That Can Be Hurting Your Leadership

What you believe as a leader will ultimately determine who you become as a leader. Unfortunately, the beliefs that many leaders cling to are not only outdated, but they can severely limit the growth potential of a leader who subscribes to these ideas. Here are five of the most commonly held leadership beliefs that could…

5 Keys for Leaders to Read Through the Bible in a Year

I am just completing my 20th year in a row reading through the Bible cover to cover. This practice is one that fills my spiritual tank and which provides the fuel that drives my leadership. But like many others, I found it to be a very challenging discipline at first. Simply starting at Genesis and plowing…

What the Best Leaders Know About The Power of Repetition

Sometimes it can seem that finding the right leadership action to solve a problem is like pure guess-work. But at other times, faced with a challenge, you will almost instinctively reach for just the right leadership action and achieve tremendous results. The difference often comes down to muscle memory. And it’s a principle that can…