I am a follower of Jesus. That said, I learn from leaders from all faiths and of no faith. And I try to make my own leadership platform accessible to leaders of all faiths, and of no faith.
But each year at Easter, I make it a practice to clearly and openly convey the core place from which my leadership originates.
If you do not share my own faith perspective, I would not be offended if you choose to skip this blog post. I will return to regular leadership content in my next post, on April 6.
But if you want to read further, the following represents the core of who I am as a leader…
“If Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.”
1 Corinthians 15:14
If Christ has not been raised, none of these leadership roles matter, including:
A post-pandemic strategy
A compelling vision
A team-building exercise
A set of core values
A dynamic Zoom meeting
An effort to align the team
A clear decision
A mentoring and coaching relationship
A solution to a tough problem
If Christ has not been raised, none of it matters.
But Christ has been raised. So it all can matter.
He is risen.
He is risen indeed.