Here’s a round up of leadership and productivity posts for this week, particularly from the best Christian blog sites that I could find. You’ll also find a summary of this week’s content on www.equippinghispeople.com.
Here are the top five posts to read on leadership or productivity from the best Christian blog sites that I’ve read this past week:
I would love to be more kind in leadership. Scott suggests I am intentional about that, that I make margin to have time to be kind, and that I take the initiative in generating acts of kindness.
4 Ways to Optimise The Enneagram & Other Personality Assessments and Fuel Your Mission by Carey Nieuwhof
The enneagram and other personality tests can help leaders in search of self-awareness. Carey sets out how to use them and what not to do with them, including my favourite: not using them as an excuse for your bad behaviour! May you never hear me say, well it’s because I’m an Enneagram 1!
And if you haven’t got a clue what I’m talking about when I mention the enneagram, then this post from Carey will give you what you need to know.
An invaluable post from Brian about the need for leaders to say less in meetings. Brian advocates engaging our filters!
Sleep is so important to productivity. I have also seen the benefits of practising mindfulness for reducing stress and changing my mindset. Undre suggests guided meditation as you fall asleep can help tap into these benefits.
And why not look at some of the www.equippinghispeople.com posts to read you may not have seen this week:
- Using “Yes” to Match Your Priorities in Ministry
- Bible Message Podcast: Clean Break | Showing Love and Forgiveness (Philemon 1-11)
- Bible Message: Getting Ready for Christmas | Living Ready for Christmas (Luke 3:8-17)
- Bible Message Podcast: Clean Break | Treating You Right (Philemon 12-25)
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