Some decisions you make as a leader won’t work out. How you lead your followers out of that crisis will define you. Are you ready to step up?
A title doesn’t make you a leader. Stepping into chaos to avert impending disaster (big or small) makes you a leader. Don’t wait for the title. Lead.
Leading people is hard…it’s not for wimps. That is what David learned as he led his band of followers throughout the wilderness.
Most of us aren’t ’the guy’. We are called to lead, but most times leading is serving. We serve the leader or those following us.
Proverbs tells us there is a friend closer than a brother. Every leader needs this riend. Who do you have in your life closer than a brother?
The story of David and Goliath is a testament to God’s gracious mercy, but it is also a comparison in leadership versus anti-leadership.
It is so easy to forget our role in the heat of the moment. Saul forgot who he was – anointed one in Israel. In some area of your life, you are a leader. Don’t forget to fulfill that role!
What type of leader is best? 1 Samuel 14 is a great reminder that we need different leaders around us to help us lead best. We need to learn to lean on the leaders around us, so we can lead best.
A great leader isn’t flawless, but they do always show two traits. Great leaders are humble, and they learn from their mistakes.
I have a simple philosophy: you are a leader. Everyone leads at some point. As a leader, there is one simple rule – take your followers somewhere.