The Work Habits of a Leader

Next week is the Global Leadership Summit, which is an annual 2-day event that focuses on equipping leaders from all walks of life on how to increase their leadership impact and effectiveness.  As the Summit says, “Everyone gets better when the leader gets better.”

I’ve been attending the Summit for 10 years, and it has been an instrumental component of my growth as a leader.  Four years ago at the Summit, Bill Hybels shared a simple concept that helped me re-focus my work habits around the things that will have the greatest impact on my organization.  If you’re a leader who’s interested in learning how to use your time more wisely to increase your impact, then I encourage you to use the next 8 minutes to watch this video clip:

Published by: rustytugman

I am a husband, father, and preacher. I have the great privilege of serving a wonderful church family at the Alameda Church of Christ in Norman, OK. I have graduate degrees in ministry and administrative leadership and I also run the occasional marathon. This blog provides a platform to share some thoughts about Scripture, church, ministry, leadership, current events, books I'm reading, and baseball. Thanks for joining me!

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