Posts Tagged ‘Leadership’
Stop Measuring the Wrong Things!
The fact is most of our old metrics don’t work anymore. COVID-19 made a mess of everything. That doesn’t mean that metrics are useless. It just means we have to stop measuring the wrong things and start measuring the right things. Metrics will always be important. Without them we’d have no way to know if…Read More
Don’t Reopen Until You’ve Thought Through These Three Things
In a season of massive public restrictions and closed buildings, here’s why I’m telling my coaching clients to slow down and think through three things no one is talking about before reopening their church doors. The three things are: Quality Children Singing Though we theologically know that the church is not about buildings (or dependent…Read More
A New Way to Get My Discipleship and Leadership Content
It’s no secret that I’m passionate about both discipleship and leadership. To provide easier access to my content and training, we’ve launched a new YouTube channel. We’ve already uploaded a series of short videos on Raising Kids, Leading for the Long Haul, and more. I’ll obviously be adding new content on a regular basis.…Read More
The Myth of Endless Growth
I’ve always been told that if a business or church isn’t growing, something must be terribly wrong. After all, healthy things always multiply and grow.Read More
SLOW DOWN – YOU MOVE TOO FAST!
Because North Coast Church has been somewhat innovative over the years and successfully made lots of changes, I’m often asked by other pastors and leaders about the best way to go about making major organizational and ministry changes.Read More
The Forgotten Side Of Leadership
I find that one of the most common missing ingredients in the leaders I work with is adequate training.Read More
Whatever Happend To Common Sense?
It seems to me that many leaders in our modern-day corporations, businesses, and government bureaucracies have lost touch with common sense and a reasoned ethical compass.Read More
MAKING ROOM AT THE TOP: Why Young Eagles Don’t Stay
In high school, I noticed a strange phenomenon. The freshmen got smaller every year. It was really weird.Read More
Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret
Yesterday I gave a talk on Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret at a conference in Phoenix. It’s one of those talks that always gets a strong response.Read More