A post I wrote, in early months of this blog, seemed a good way to relaunch the Your Next Triumph worklife series. If you are a Manager, your Faith offers a foundation for being an effectual one I feel. Want to be ‘more-than-a-conqueror’, not mediocre, as you manage? Christ offers a good road map to do so.
“Great leaders are almost always great simplifiers”. ~ Colin Powell
“The very essence of leadership is that you have to have vision. You can’t blow an uncertain trumpet.” ~ Rev. Theodore Hesburgh
As I noted a few weeks ago, I will touch on Career and Work Life issues occasionally. As I read a post by Ron Edmondson this afternoon, this question came to mind.
- K.I.S.S. Keep it simple servants (of God) – If David could say what needed to be said in Psalm 23 in 119 words (less than 600 characters in the King James Version), a meaningful response -to the question posed in the title- doesn’t always need to be a lengthy megapost.
- As the Powell quote suggests, making things simple is a valuable leadership skill. As Christians, the ‘trumpet we sound’ when leading should reflect a value-driven vision that puts our Lord in…
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