One of the greatest business books ever written isn’t even considered a business book. Many people call it a religious tome.
That book? The Holy Bible.
There’s so much wisdom contained within the good book. We can read the Bible and learn how to lead others, take care of our families, and treat others.
But business leaders often overlook the wisdom of the Bible. They think it’s not applicable to the business world.
Those business leaders would be wrong.
Today, I want to share with you 7 Bible verses every leader should memorize and why.
Bible Verses Every Leader Needs To Memorize
1. Proverbs 18:13 (NIV) – To answer before listening– that is folly and shame.
Too many leaders are quick to jump into action but slow to listen. By acting rashly and quickly (though we do have to take decisive action at times), we open ourselves up to much trouble. Read more...
The world is changing. And fast. That’s why we need catalyst leaders.
They take charge and get things done. Even when the world is in chaos around them.
What Is A Catalyst Leader?
A catalyst leader is someone who’s leading change. They see what’s happening in the world and they jump in.
Catalyst leaders are those who are forward looking. Knowing you can’t lead without having a vision for something new.
They’re also leaders who are willing to push through resistance. They know they’ll experience a lot of pushback because of the new ideas they’re presenting.
How To Become A Catalyst Leader
Those who become a catalyst leader are a rare breed. Or maybe a dying breed.
We don’t see a lot of catalyst leaders out there. Yet we need them.
Their leadership is the only way we’re going to continue moving forward. Read more...
Joel Manby is spot on with his assessment of what happens when an organization loses its soul: People begin to leave.
What are you doing to preserve the soul of your organization?
Vision is not the core of leadership – it is self-sacrificing love.
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