The spiritual forecast for our world is rather cloudy.
Yet, regardless of the leader of your country, you’re still a leader in your company. The spiritual forecast for the world depends on you, and it starts in your business.
Executive leaders need to be focused on the future value of the firm as a first priority. Future value ultimately defines the executive leader’s legacy and is the location of their accountability.
What is your number one asset as a business leader? Let me suggest that it’s YOU! The greatest impact you can have on your business is that which is first formed in you. Your overall leadership will never surpass your self-leadership.
If leaders are made, not born, what role might assessments play in leadership development? When it comes to learning, our assessment of ourselves—what we know and don’t know, skills we have and don’t have—can be woefully inaccurate.
Why would a king need other people? In Ecclesiastes 4:12, a powerful king named Solomon wrote that two are better than one, and a cord of three strands cannot be broken. The Greek word Ecclesiastes indicates that the writer wanted to “call an assembly”. He had some important things to say.
Accounting by its nature looks at costs and has to categorize each expense. It is all about recording history, rather than analyzing and determining what we should be spending.
God made us to work. If you’re a Christian professional, chances are you’ve heard the phrase. Maybe from a pastor, a conference speaker, or someone in the office. But when it comes right down to the first minutes of our morning on Monday, the abstract does us little good. How do we take the idea of work as worship and make it a reality? The work as worship idea says that the five days (or more) we spend each week at work give us the opportunity to expand God’s kingdom. We can use the talents and skills God has given us to worship Him on more than just Sunday. It’s a compelling message—but what does that look like lived out?