The day in and day out of a leader’s life can become a bit monotonous. The routine of the weekly meeting schedule can leave you a bit deprived of inspiration and ideas to move your team forward. The urgency of pending projects and Sunday programming squeeze out moments for dreaming and planning.
I’m writing this post from the lake. Yesterday, I had the privilege to spend the day with great friends and their families. I’m trying to recharge my battery before a crazy short week – coast to coast, multiple cities – with one red-eye thrown in for extra fun.
We continue to stand amazed at all God is doing through the Summit around the globe. Please join us in thanking Him for the 20 events that happend last week; and lift up prayers of blessing for the 45 events happening in the next couple days.
“…To learn from you guys, to be equipped, inspired, challenged…and then, to pass it on to as many pastors and leaders here in Panama. THANK YOU!!!! The passion Bill always shares “The local church is the hope of the world” is the passion that burns in my heart. I know I was born to help the church reach its full potential.”
– Ezekial, Pastor in Panama
Grab a cup of coffee and your team and check out this video – it’s one you’ll want to watch and discuss…again and again! We’re glad to bring you our October webcast, featuring Mark Miller and Jim Mellado on the topic of “What Great Leaders Know and Do.” Mark unpacks his five practices known as “Leaders S.E.R.V.E”. You can read more from Mark at his blog, GreatLeadersServe.org.
During our research of great leaders, we found that not only did these leaders serve, they did so in five strategic ways. Ken Blanchard and I wrote a book about them entitled, The Secret – What Great Leaders Know and Do. Here are the five practices we discovered.