Each of these books has been instrumental in my development as a leader and has principles I return to frequently.
We can get enamored with the latest leadership fad, but true leaders focus on the specific needs of those they are leading.
I felt like the person least qualified to lead a Bible study, but I learned an important lesson from the story of Priscilla and Aquila.
Mary T. Lederleitner: Accepting the Invitation to Serve and Lead
Women have reported a leadership landscape of rules regulations constantly shifting beneath their feet.
David Gushee and Colin Holtz: 14 People Who Dared to Change Our World
Studying the lives of moral leaders from the past can strengthen our ability to discern moral leadership in our own lives.
Joseph Walker III: The Art of Execution
We need to make time for self care. Here are four ways that I've been able to do that.
Tyler Reagin: Learning to Lead From Your Truest Self