Episode 456: How Do We Help Other Leaders Lead Well?

In Episode 456 of the NewChurches Q&A Podcast, Daniel and Todd discuss how to raise better leaders.

“How do we help other leaders within a church lead well?”

In This Episode, You’ll Discover:

  • Why personality assessments are beneficial
  • How a framework helps you approach difficult conversations

 Shareable Quotes (#NewChurches):

  • “For every volunteer and leader in your church, use the framework of: are they humble? are they hungry? are they smart? to bring them up the leadership pipeline.” – @danielsangi
  • “It’s about serving each other well, which is lateral leadership.” – @toddadkins
  • “Even if you are working with your paid staff, you still need to work from the idea of lateral leadership.” – @danielsangi
  • “If I know where someone is coming from from a personality perspective, it gives me a tool to help me understand how to interact with that person.” – @toddadkins
  • “When it comes to conflict or it comes to love and patience, understanding goes a long way.” – @toddadkins
  • “The important thing within a church context is that you have a framework within which you are helping people develop, and they know you have that framework.” – @danielsangi
  • “If you use any of the Leadership Pipeline material, start with the fact that success is not progression up the pipeline, success is becoming more of who God wants you to be.” – @danielsangi

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Published January 13, 2020

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