Questions Good Leaders Ask

“When you ask, you do not receive, because you ask with wrong motives, that you may spend what you get on your pleasures” (James 4:3 NIV). We do not want to look, feel or think dumb; therefore, we do not ask questions. To become and maintain our leadership personal or professional we must interact with others which is possible through … Read More

Leadership: Failure Avoidance

“Whoever heeds instruction is on the path to life, but he who rejects reproof leads others astray” (Proverbs 10:17 NIV). Walking in self-confident in Christ, allows us to express our thoughts, opinions and ideas without leading others astray, belittling other’s ideas and viewpoints, competing with others for visual recognition, and falsifying documents to receive praise through deception. Successful leaders surround … Read More

A Leader

Dictionary.com defines a leader as a person that leads. A person who guides or direct a movement, organization, or a political group. According to the general definition of a leader, one does not have to be a CEO, or an elected official. We all have some leadership abilities and skills. Does that make us true leaders? We must remember that … Read More

Leadership: Self-Identity

We always hear someone saying, “before you can lead you must follow”. That is an interesting statement. If we are leaders would we follow our own leadership? That is a scary assumption; yet everyday we lead ourselves into various situations, circumstances, and relationships. Our self-leadership is entwined with our self-identity. Our faith and belief values are illustrated through or verbal … Read More