A phrase I often use with my team is “what got us here, won’t get us there.” In other words, we always need to be reinventing, reevaluating, and choosing a posture of learning in order to get where we want to be.
As an organization.
As individual leaders.
For me, it’s important to glean insights and wisdom from other leaders so I can effectively communicate to my own team. Recently, I’ve had many opportunities to look at different leadership styles, teachings, and techniques as we transition some departments at Proverbs 31 Ministries.
It has been so beneficial to work through these changes with perspectives from leaders who are speaking with Biblical truth as their source.
And whether you’re a mom, mentor, or ministry leader, I thought it might be helpful for you to check out some of these amazing leadership blogs I like to read:
Michael Hyatt: If you’ve ever been curious about building a platform for your message, you can find a wealth of information on Michael’s blog.
He’s also joining us as a keynote at She Speaks this weekend! As is my next friend…
Emily Freeman: I bet you a latte my friend Emily wouldn’t expect her blog to be listed in the leadership category. But here’s the thing. Leaders are influencers. And Emily influences me. So, a leader she is!
Jeff Goins: Brilliant thinker. Great writer. Solid advice-giver.
And, cue the angels to sing, he’s got a new book! It’s called The In-Between. If you’ve ever felt like time waiting is time wasted, it’s because you haven’t read this message.
Brad Lomenick: I love Brad’s right-to-the-point leadership ideas.
Brad is one of the creative minds at Catalyst. I’ll be speaking at Catalyst Atlanta in October. This isn’t just a conference. It’s a leadership experience.
Today I’m giving away a mini-leadership library to one commenter. Leave a comment below to enter!
This giveaway includes:
• a signed copy of Michael Hyatt’s book, Platform.
• a signed copy of Jeff Goins’ book, The In-Between.
• a signed copy of my pastor’s book, Greater.