Just like any key component of leadership, effective implementation can only occur once a leader understand why it is important. The reality is, looking out for each generation in terms of church leadership is not just important, it is essential. As a pastor or church leader, if you are not prioritizing leadership from a multi-generational perspective, you are missing the mark. Before we dive into how this can look practically for your church, this episode covers the “why” behind multi-generational leadership. Here, you’ll find out why multi-generational leadership is key.
Perhaps you are the type of leader who becomes slightly intimidated by the thought of leading generations other than your own. On the other hand, maybe you feel like you relate better to other generations than your own! Wherever you are at on that spectrum, understanding the significance behind multi-generational leadership is imperative.
When you begin to think about it, are you interested in all of the same things that you were interested in when you were a young kid? If you are currently a young leader, do you think you will be interested in the same things in 30 years? If you answered no to either of these questions, you are in the majority. The fact is generational tendencies and norms are vastly different from generation to generation. So, how does that effect the church? Here, you will find out the answer to that question.
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Before we get into the practical side of things later in the series, we are unpacking the “why” behind multi-generational leadership. After watching this video, you will be ready and excited to prioritize multi-generational leadership within your church. Not only that, but you will begin to start asking questions about your personal leadership from a multi-generational perspective. Watch this video to learn more on why multi-generational leadership is so key.
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