5 for Leadership-January 9th

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Here is a fresh 5 for Leadership. The new year is still young and this is a great season to set some personal leadership development goals. Some of these topics may be just the thing to jump-start 2016.

God’s Cleaning His House . . . The Church

“God is cleaning house in the American Church. Through current events dealing with ethnicity, race, and systemic oppression, He is exposing our dirty laundry (the systemic segregation in our churches, interpersonal networks, and theological formation) because He loves us.” This comes from D.A. Horton . . . and is worth the read. He also includes a great reading list as a resource.

16 Keys To Creating The Year You Want

The title speaks for itself. See what Dan Rockwell shares about getting your year off to the right start.

How To Tell Who You Can Truly Trust in Leadership

“So who can you trust… mean truly trust in leadership? You’ve trusted people you thought you could trust, only to be disappointed or get burned (sometimes badly). You’ve decided not to trust someone, only to realize you were wrong and he or she was completely trustworthy, and you missed a great opportunity to grow your team. Trusting people in leadership can be a disheartening and confusing proposition.” Take a look at Carey Nieuwhof’s three principles for trusting leaders.

Best of Leadership Network Today-January

“Here’s a collection of interesting, thought-provoking articles from around the web from recent weeks.” There are a wealth of resources in this post . . . as Leadership Network always does.

The 25 Essential Books for Every Entrepreneur’s Library

“No matter what stage you’re at in the entrepreneur journey, whether you just launched your first startup or have started several successful businesses, you can always use the advice of people who have “been there, done that.’’ What better way to get advice than from the pages of a book?”

There are the 5 for this week. I hope your 2016 is off to a great leadership start.

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