Christian leadership is the art of being a good steward of the people who God has entrusted to us. Developing leadership skills is developing the art of good stewardship. A central idea in the Kingdom parable of the talents (Matthew 25:10-30) is the expectation that God given resources are to be used and multiplied. However, he was not at all …
Jesus Leadership Style: Ten Perspectives for Christian Leaders
The Challenge of Jesus’ Leadership Style As with most things, Jesus turned leadership upside down. He taught the disciples that in the Kingdom they were not to lead people as those in the world did; they were to be radically different. The leadership style that Jesus taught and modelled was neither about command and control, nor status and power. He …
Growing the Servant Heart
[KGVID poster=”http://christian-leadership.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/OA-2786-VI-02-150219-GTSH-Introduction_thumb0.jpg” width=”300″ height=”168″]http://christian-leadership.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/OA-2786-VI-02-150219-GTSH-Introduction.mp4[/KGVID] Growing the Servant Heart encourages the growth of a Christ-centred character for leaders and goes on to recommend practical approaches to help them live this out in day-to-day leadership situations. The tools have been chosen because they enable Christians who are leaders to put into practice the character and attitude that Jesus taught and modelled. …
The Nature of the Servant Leader Modelled on Jesus
The servant leader focuses on inspiring and enabling people to achieve their full potential, in pursuit of a shared and common purpose. For the servant leader it’s not about status and control but they enable and empower their people, growing them to be servant leaders too. The Christ-centred servant leader grows a Christ-like character modelled on the Servant King and sees Jesus as their leadership role model.
Project Management – 7 tips for Christian Leaders
At some point every Christian leader will end up being called upon to lead some kind of project. They may be short and quick or they might be large and challenging. Many Christian leaders have no training or experience of running a project and that in itself can be an enormous stress factor. Whilst natural organisational ability is enormously helpful, in itself it is no guarantee of any project being both successful and low stress. This Article provide budding project managers with a practical guide
Jesus: The Role Model for Christian Leadership
There is a lot that is said and written about Christian leadership. Much of it is not actually about leadership at all, but is focused on theological, expositional, hermeneutical, worship facilitation and communications skills. It’s also sad to say that Christian leadership today seems frequently to get confused with the modern concept of celebrity. Where consideration is given to the vital skills of people and organizational leadership, the Christian world so often seems to call upon secular, worldly models, passing over the one role model who should be in focus – Jesus Christ.
A Time for Everything – 10 Time Management Tips for Christian Leaders
As a Christian Leader may be you feel overwhelmed by the stresses and demands you and others place on your use of time? Time Management skills are vital to your effectiveness and the role model that you are as a servant leader.
The King Who led with a Towel – The Servant Leader Applying The Towel
Jesus was a role model for leaders. This article outlines a framework for leading in his Kingdom style in both churches and other organisations.
The King Who Led With a Towel – Jesus’ Servant Leadership Values
Jesus was role model for leaders. This article looks leadership values that he exhibited in his dealings with the disciples. They are valuable lessons in Christian leadership for both church and organisational settings.
The King Who Led with a Towel – Jesus the Servant Leadership Role Model
Jesus was role model for leaders. This article looks at lessons that he taught his disciples about being servant leaders. They are valuable lessons in Christian leadership for both church and organisational settings. This article looks at leadership lessons that Jesus taught his disciples by example.