LeadershipStaffing | Feb 14, 2017

How to Lead A Team of Other Leaders

How to Lead a Team of Leaders

Many of you lead a team of other leaders. You lead managers, director level staff, campus pastors, or volunteer leaders (who are leading other people.) I continually work with people who lead a team of leaders and are wrestling with […]

Staff Team Meetings – A Better Strategy

Team Meetings

Are you looking for a better strategy and plan for staff team meetings? Imagine being a part of an organization and a team where your meetings are helpful, engaging, efficient, and productive. Perhaps you have never even seen a meeting […]

LeadershipStaffing | May 22, 2016

How to Not Fail in Leadership

Few of us enter our careers already skilled in the art of leadership. We spend our early career years learning (and often failing) to become great leaders. Many never become great leaders, often because they fail to invest the time […]

LeadershipStaffing | Jan 13, 2015

5 Ways to Overcome Frustration With Your Direct Reports

direct report

Are you frustrated by the people who work underneath you? It just might be your fault. You may be making common managerial mistakes that are creating tension with your direct reports. The good news is that it is much easier […]

LeadershipStaffing | Jul 15, 2014

Three Times to NOT Hire a Person

There is little that is more important for an organization than having the right people on the team. When interviewing potential candidates for an open position, it can be tempting to hire a person too quickly in order to get […]

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