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Author: Glenn BrookeGlenn Brooke considers leadership a craft which requires dedicated pursuit. The apprentice model (instruction + practice + associating with other craftsmen) is the time-tested way to foster the next generation of leaders. Real leaders never stop working on their craft; there are only new levels of mastery ahead. Glenn is the author of Leadership Craft, Teach the Bible to Change Lives, and other books. You can read more from Glenn on his blog, leadershipcraft.com.

  • At Work

Even setting aside the hype about disruptive technological change, it’s coming fast. How can leaders think wisely about the combined…

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There isn’t a formula for success in leadership, but there is a paradigm to align your leadership work with God’s…

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Richard Foster points out in Celebration of Discipline that our flesh whines against serving others, but it screams against hidden…

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I often enjoy starting a conversation by asking, “What makes a leader a good leader?”  I usually hear responses like:…

  • Public Square

On a recent trip, the man next to me at my airport gate was watching CNN. He turned to me…

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When You Are Passed Over

By: Glenn Brooke

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“Sorry, but I don’t have a place for you in this leadership team.” I ended the call as professionally as…

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  • Theology 101

The deacon meeting descended into chaos after a disagreement about replacing the sanctuary chairs: You’re not qualified to lead because your…

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One of our great leadership challenges is to always be presenting God and his work to the people in our…

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The middle-aged woman congratulated the new mother on her beaming baby girl. She commended her neighborhood group for helping this…

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There’s a delightful account in 2 Kings 6:8-12 where Elisha gives the King of Israel divine warnings of where to…

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