5 for Leadership-February 6th

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5 for Leadership is a collection of timely posts on the topic of leadership from this past week. Sometimes I will introduce you to new bloggers, sometimes I stay with tried and true. I always aim for quality and variety while staying focused on what leaders need.

Leadership Lessons From an NFL Exec

“You never know when someone is watching.”

“That could be Lake Dawson’s mantra, writes Poets&Quants’ staffer Jeff Schmitt. A personnel executive with the Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans, and Cleveland Browns, Dawson once toiled in the shadows. He focused on mastering his craft and helping his team gain an edge – always probing deeper and never sugarcoating his true beliefs.”

The Horizontal Leader

‘As the world gets flatter and faster, there are three changes that challenge the assumptions that made those leaders of the yesteryear appear in our bookracks.” See what else Raghu Krishnamoorthy has to say about the nature of leadership in the 21st century.

5 Rookie Pastor Mistakes

“Finally, after all your training and praying and longing, you receive a call from your first church. You are elated—and determined to do a great job. Here are the five most common rookie pastor mistakes I’ve observed.” Hershael York offers some great insights for every first pastor.

8 Personal Qualities for Success: A Coach’s Perspective

“In my experience, there is no one thing that makes someone successful. I believe real success involves a combination of eight critical components—and that a person needs all eight of these qualities to truly succeed.” Madeleine Blanchard shares some timeless insights in this brief post.

The Courageous Leadership of Winston Churchill

Churchill’s significance extends beyond his political victories and historical influence. I have argued for many years that Churchill represents, in many ways, a model of compelling leadership, even for Christians.” Read Albert Mohler’s excellent piece on this important leader. 

There are the 5 for this first week in February–enjoy!

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