As teams work together there are always opportunities for conflict and misunderstandings to arise. It is human nature. We have the choice to be part of the solution or exacerbate the problem. I encourage you to choose to be a solution finder! How do you become a solution centered part of the body of Christ? Let me share a few ideas with you.
Leaders project strength. That is the goal, but it is not always the truth. It’s not that leaders are liars, but that no one can be strong in everything all the time. Every leader has areas in which they are weak. The team leaders work with makes the difference between a leader who’s weaknesses are liabilities and a leader who’s weaknesses become strengths.
The greatest enemy many Next Level Leaders face is themselves. Every leader experiences hardships. Hardships develop a leader. There are situational hardships, relational hardships, cultural hardships, environmental hardships, and personal hardships. The job of a Next Level Leader is leading through each of these. It is a tragic moment to learn that the hardship faced is completely of our own design.