Have you ever been in a meeting to discuss a certain course of action or decision and you, as the leader of the group, found yourself in a place where you stood alone as far as what the final decision should be? If so, you are not alone. There are times in your leadership where you, as a pastor, may not agree with other leaders on certain issues and that is okay. In fact, in this video you will learn that there are specific times in your leadership that you should in fact stand alone when making a decision.
When you stand alone on an issue, there is a good chance that it is because you are coming from a different perspective than the other leaders on your team. Sometimes your intuition as a pastor will set you apart from others. In this video, you will learn the two specific times when you should stand alone on a topic of discussion or decision.
When you do stand alone on a decision as a pastor, it is important that you still take the opinion of other leaders seriously. There is a difference between having an alternate view and shutting someone out completely. It is not healthy as a pastor to sit on your own island and make all the decisions on your own. In this video, you will learn the importance of staying humble and listening when you stand alone.
There are certain decisions that will come down to your individual intuition as a pastor. It is very important that you understand how to manage these decisions. In this video, you will learn three keys to making a decision, two specific times that you should stand alone in making a decision, as well as three thoughts for consideration when you are in a position to stand alone in a decision.
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