Do you have a hard time making decisions? Here is a list of seven practices that can be helpful to accelerate and improve your process of making decisions!
When everyone is given permission to influence and execute the vision, leadership scales and explosive growth is possible. Here are three essential practices of scalability.
How much leadership fuel do you have? Are you in danger of running on empty? Check out these four reasons you may be running out of fuel too soon.
There are three types of team members: dissatisfied, satisfied, and loyal. Check out these five leadership practices to attract and maintain a loyal team.
Leaders set others up for success by creating an environment where people want to succeed and strive to do their best. Check out these seven ways to lead others to success.
What happens when your motivation to lead wears off? Check out these three reasons why conviction is more effective than motivation.
Protecting integrity against “all systems fail” is essential. Check out these three simple practices that can go a long way in helping you avoid losing your integrity.
Those with positions who have influence and leadership are constantly at risk of throwing their influence for Christ away. Check out these four practices that can help us keep out integrity and finish well.
Are you setting up your people for success? Here are three practices to use for equipping your people.
You have the opportunity to create a culture of inviting people! Here are a few tips for motivating your church to welcome other in with open arms.
If a fire of crisis happens under your leadership, are you prepared to put it out? Here are four proactive practices to avoid some of the next blaze.
Does your coaching empower, release, and serve God’s people? Check out these six results of coaching team members for your LEADERSHIP to bring the Kingdom of God on Earth.
Remember the LONE RANGER, saving the day and riding off into the sunset? Find out why this is nice for television, but NOT for becoming a God-inspired, visionary leader.
Has there been an unexpected event in your life that sparked a deeper passion for Christ? Find out how God's plan for Peter Pereria's life in leadership was set in motion.
Many people live their lives drifting aimlessly without accomplishing much. The good news is, we don't have to slip through life. Instead, we have the choice to live reactive or proactive lives. Are you living proactively?
What sets any biblical leader on the right path is knowing his or her destination and how to get there. But in order to understand your own God-given vision and mission, you must first know the difference between the two.
One-man bands do it all, but the biblical image of leadership is not about star performers, but more like conductors of an orchestra. Are you conducting a healthy team?
Great leaders lead great people, but this doesn’t mean they only select the best. Successful leaders set others up for success. Are you leading well?