• Leaders' Foundry

    Dress Right

    The various roles we have in the marketplace require us to be dressed a certain way. As leaders, we constantly have to manage how others are dressed literally and figuratively. But in the process, it’s easy to forget ourselves yet we cannot lead anyone aright if we’re not dressed right. [Continued…] New Leaders’ Foundry Post has been sent out. Sign up here to follow our conversations on Christian leadership in the marketplace:  http://eepurl.com/gehnS9

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    Take It To The Lord

    Holding a leadership position typically means you are expected to resolve most if not all the challenges that come your way. Both your own and those of the people you lead. While dealing with challenges can be exhilarating (especially when you finally figure out the solution), it can also be draining. Especially if you’re constantly moving from one problem to the next with hardly any time to take a breath in between. [Continued…] New Leaders‘ Foundry Post has been sent out. Sign up here to follow our conversations on Christian leadership in the marketplace: http://eepurl.com/gehnS9

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    Leaders Pray

    No lengthy post this month. Just as importantly, if not more so, is a call to prayer as follows by the leading of the Holy Spirit: [Continued…] New Leaders‘ Foundry Post has been sent out. Sign up here to follow our conversations on Christian leadership in the marketplace: http://eepurl.com/gehnS9

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    Spiritual Authority

    Leadership in the natural/physical realm and that in the spiritual realm don’t quite work the same. The janitor of a building can have a higher spiritual rank than the CEO of the company who owns the building. Do you know what spiritual power and authority you have? There are a couple of questions you can ask yourself and God to help you get a better understanding of this. [Continued…] New Leaders’ Foundry Post has been sent out. Sign up here to follow our conversations on Christian leadership in the marketplace: http://eepurl.com/gehnS9

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    Pastor Appreciation Month: Prayer

    We get to end the month on the same note we started it on – by honouring the ministers in our lives, this time in prayer. If you’ve just joined this party and have no idea what’s happening, read this first. It’s not too late to get it done. Besides, the heart of this call is to stir up a culture in us that regularly extends gratitude and honour to those God is using to bless us. As we come to the end of Pastor Appreciation Month, more commonly known as October, I’d like us to take time to pray over these ministers as follows: Refreshing for them and their…