Here is a fresh 5 for Leadership for the final day in January. The topics include approachable leadership, passive leaders, active leaders, personal leadership vision, best jobs for your personality, and the prayerful leader. Take a few minutes and refresh your leadership.
The Best Jobs for All 16 Myers-Briggs Personality Type in One Infographic “I’ve always been fascinated by the intersection of personality and career. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) personality test is a widely known tool used in the business arena for helping you find the “right” career.” See what else Paul Sohn has to say.
How To Turn Passive Followers Into Active Leaders “You aren’t worthy of leadership if fear of giving control controls you. Successful leaders move away from ‘permission mode.’” Dan Rockwell does a great job distinguishing between permission and intention when you lead.
10 Ways To Become An Approachable Leader “We’ve all been subject to the leader who wasn’t approachable. And that made our jobs miserable. That’s why we’ve got to be aware of what makes a leader approachable. We’ve also got to implement the actions of approachable leaders.” Joseph Lalonde provides some sound wisdom and actionable steps for becoming more approachable.
Guidelines To Create A Compelling Vision “A compelling vision helps you make choices about where to focus your energy. Without vision, you are in danger of trying to be all things to all people, scattered or adrift.”
Vision is knowing who you are, where you’re going, and what will guide the journey.
“Who you are is your purpose. Where you’re going is your picture of the future. What will guide your journey are your values.” Jesse Lyn Stoner always writes compelling material to grow your leadership.
8 Lessons From The School Of Prayer Spiritual leaders should also being praying leaders. D. A. Carson speaks poignantly to this necessary dialogue. “Throughout my spiritual pilgrimage, two sources have largely shaped, and continue to shape, my own prayer life: the Scriptures and more mature Christians. The less authoritative of these two has been the advice, wisdom, and example of senior saints. I confess I am not a very good student in the school of prayer. Still, devoting [space] to their advice and values may be worthwhile before I turn to the more important and more authoritative of the two sources that have taught me to pray.”
There are the 5 for this week. Pass it on.