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I am the creator of Human Like You :: a ministry for burned out, broken, and messy leaders. Author of e-book 10 Lies Leaders Tell, Speaker

Blog Entry | Christian Living >
The hospital room may be spotless and sterile, but birth itself will always take place amid chaos, pain, and blood. —Steven Pressfield I will never forget the birth of my three children. They were wonderful events but to the natural eye they were a messy event. Chris was my first
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I used to love to refinish furniture, when life was a bit slower.  It was messy and dirty, but when you could get through the layers and layers of paint, there was often a beautiful piece of wood just waiting … Continue reading →
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
I’ve made a lot of mistakes in leadership. One of the primary purposes of this blog is to help others learn from my experience. So, I want to share some of the mistakes I’ve made. I hope at least one of them encourages other leaders. These are 10 of the
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Many times a leader can be clueless about the real health of the organization they lead. If a leader refuses to solicit feedback, doesn’t listen to criticism or stops learning, they can begin to believe everything is under control — when in reality — things are falling apart …
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In this post, Glenn discusses what leaders will be concerned about in the future.
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In this post, Glenn discusses what leaders will be concerned about in the future.
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I have a pet peeve about leadership. Actually lots. But, this one is especially strong. I have a pet peeve against controlling leadership. I hate it. It’s so counter-productive to progress. It holds the team back from reaching it’s full potential. It stifles leaders. It never b…
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In a research study that he carried out for his book The Catalyst Leader: 8 Essentials for Becoming a Change Maker, Brad Lomenick found that less than one-fourth of Christians feel that “their workplace has a clear vision that is easily understood by employees.” This leads to c…
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Oh, the joy of controlling leadership. It’s highly under appreciated. Oh, I know, this appears to be a change of tune for me. This blog has been critical of controlling leadership as a very poor leadership style. I apologize. I should have recognized the benefits in controlling leade…