Tag: Leadership

Time Management – 6 Myths

Peter Drucker, known for much sage advice, has said that: ‘Time is inelastic (it can’t be stretched), irreplaceable (it can’t be replaced or reclaimed), and indispensable (it can’t be done without)!’ In other words, time is important and how we manage it is also important. In order to manage our time well, it helps to…

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Trust in the Bible

Following on from yesterday’s post, I wanted to share a handful more thoughts and ideas around this concept of trust. Trust is connected to love – we often make trust a separate factor. But the Bible teaches us that ‘love always trusts’ (1 Corinthians 13:7). This is a risky position to take, do we trust…

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How to build Trust

“People will follow you for a while because they picked you. But they’ll follow you over the long term because they trust you.” “Charm and charisma are like a glider; they fly, but not indefinitely. And they do not do well in turbulent times” Trust is essential for leadership. But it is also essential for…

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Priorities

“Leaders understand that activity is not necessarily accomplishment” – John C. Maxwell. This morning I was reading through The Acts of the Apostles and stumbled upon this verse: “It is not desirable that we should leave the word of God and serve tables…we will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of the…

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