How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 08 Ask the Right Questions

It’s so important we ask our upcoming leaders good questions and make them think. Also if you don’t know the people you are raising up, how can you know how to help them best? You could be teaching people things they already know or don’t need to know. * What are you designed to do?Continue reading “How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 08 Ask the Right Questions”

How To Make Someone Else a Better Leader 07 Come Out of Hiding!

Sometimes when I preach, teach, mentor or help someone, I have to let them see me and how I faced a similar problem. It reminds me of the old Western movies, where both cowboys are hiding behind cover, and eventually one of them comes out of cover and gets shot. If I show you thatContinue reading “How To Make Someone Else a Better Leader 07 Come Out of Hiding!”

How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 06 The Pareto Principle

The Pareto Principle is often referred to as the 80/20 rule. which has a lot of applications. In terms of leadership development, 20% of the people in your church/ business/ organization are the top leaders of your organization, and you need to invest 80% of your time in them. How Do You Spot the PeopleContinue reading “How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 06 The Pareto Principle”

How to Make Someone Else A Better Leader 05 The More You Lead, the More You Need (Leaders)

Before Jesus Christ was born, the greatest leader who ever lived was Moses. He was the leader of two-three million people, and those people were faithless, whining, moaning, complaining, cowards! That must have been hard work, exhausting. Moses was getting more and more tired, and the people were not getting good wisdom from him. TheContinue reading “How to Make Someone Else A Better Leader 05 The More You Lead, the More You Need (Leaders)”

How to Make Someone Else A Better Leader 04 Create a Space for Leaders

The people who have influenced you most in your life are the people who believe in you! It really is that simple and straightforward. That faith in others creates a supernatural space for them to grow. All of us who want to raise up others must believe in them and create space for them. YouContinue reading “How to Make Someone Else A Better Leader 04 Create a Space for Leaders”

How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 03 What’s So Good About Raising Leaders

I am surrounded by a team of wonderful people. I am surrounded by some great leaders. It has taken a lot of time to invest in these people, a lot of faith to believe in them, and a lot of humility to let them take the spotlight from me. It is not easy raising leaders,Continue reading “How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 03 What’s So Good About Raising Leaders”

How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 03 Bigger Leaders Have Bigger Groups

I remember fondly the TV series Heroes, where Peter Petrelli was told that if he saved the cheerleader, he would save the world. What a joy to have such a simple way to save the whole world – just to save one person. But if you are a leader in the body of Christ, andContinue reading “How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 03 Bigger Leaders Have Bigger Groups”

Be Bold 01 It Makes Satan and Religious people nervous!

If you read Psalm 23 which is a revelation of Jesus as our pastor and the benefits of being in a local church, one of the wonderful blessings is a cup that runs over. You could translate that as: more than enough. Greg Mohr likes the phrase “enough and extra”, others use the word abundance.Continue reading “Be Bold 01 It Makes Satan and Religious people nervous!”

How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 02 Who Around You Is A Potential Leader

I am going to give you a very simple mental exercise I do when I decide if someone is a potential leader. Right, I want you to imagine it is Sunday morning and church starts in ten minutes. And something has gone wrong. There is a fight in the worship group that has turned vicious,Continue reading “How to Make Someone Else a Better Leader 02 Who Around You Is A Potential Leader”