Leadership is a temporary position. For a limited time, you’ve been granted the honor of leading people.
Whether this position is within a business, non-profit, or a church, one day your time as a leader will come to an end.
What do you do when your leadership position ends? You must exit gracefully.
Leaving a leadership position isn’t always easy.
You may have been shown the door. Maybe you felt God leading you in a different direction. Or it could be you outgrew the leadership position.
Whatever the reason for leaving leadership, the key is to leave on good terms.
1. Inform those you’re working with: The hardest thing in leaving leadership is making the decision to leave. The second hardest is letting the people you’ve lead and worked with know that you’ve made the choice to move on. Read more...
There’s a video circulating around the internet from a Michael Buble concert. During the concert, a woman approached the stage to talk to Michael Buble.
Because of the conversation, a very awesome thing took place. Watch the video below and then keep reading to see what Michael Buble taught me about leadership.
Alright, you’ve now seen what Michael Buble did during one of his concerts. That’s pretty awesome and I know there’s leadership lessons we can take away from this episode.
Here’s what I learned from this concert footage:
Don’t be afraid to approach the superstars: Michael Buble is a huge name in the music industry. Many people would be afraid to approach and engage him in conversation. Especially during a concert.
This mother wasn’t and she did what others wouldn’t do. Read more...