A Sermonic Reflection. The last big story about King David helps us understand … why some people see a different God than we do. … and how the future of the church may depend on our making one important choice.
Strong leaders learn to separate facts from perception. While decisiveness can certainly be a critical skill, it can also drive us to action based on our perceptions and not on the facts. Curiosity and creativity are much better skills for effective leadership – and effective living – than mere decisiveness.
Doing the right thing is not the same as doing the good thing. Here’s why.
Certainty can be dangerous! Here’s why “certain uncertainty” — or “not knowing, with confidence” — is the path to wise leadership.
No one likes to lose. But UVA basketball coach Tony Bennett teaches us how to give thanks for the unique gifts that even losing can bring us.
Former Ambassador Pru Bushnell says, “Secretive decision-making will not help heal a community or bring visible success.” Here’s why.
we select leaders and choose co-workers on the basis of their skill sets and policies. Good idea, right? Here’s why that’s not good enough.