Clayton Christensen is remarkable. He’s been punching out quite a few books over the last few years. Many of them business focused and not exactly “light reads”. He recently came out with a book titled How Will You Measure Your Life? This is a book focused on life and priorities. I highly recommend it and more post […]View Post
President Henry S. Truman had a small wooden sign on his desk that stated “THE BUCK STOPS HERE”. His desk displayed this sign throughout his administration. It’s a good motto — a motto all leaders should follow. Many interpret this motto not only as a reason to take responsibility of all things that happen in your jurisdiction […]View Post liz wiseman
Has someone you lead let you down? Broken a commitment? It’s time to sit them down and talk it out.View Post
When it comes to home teaching, don’t mistake your first downs for touchdowns.View Post
On my mission I received a letter from my mother soon after I was made a district leader. She told me to never ask those I lead to do something that I am not WILLING to do. That is much different from her telling me to never ask those I lead to do something that I am ABLE to do.View Post daily thought, lds, leadership
The meeting has past the three hour mark and the bishop and two counselors flip through the ward list for the tenth time hoping a name will jump off the page for a new assistant to the assistant primary teacher. Hopefully they will find that name soon because they have a list of three other callings that need to be filled.
If the bishopric doesn’t decide on people for callings than who will?View Post autonomy, callings, greg mckeown, liz wiseman, multipliers
The tricky thing about changing home teaching results for the better is the fact that human beings are involved. This leads to tough conversations that most Elder’s Quorum Presidents would rather avoid. What if a large part of the problem resided not in the people but rather in the environment?View Post