Remember back to before you had your first position in ministry. Chances are, this brings you back to your college or post-high school days. Now think about the people who encouraged you to pursue the position that you are currently involved in during this time. The fact is, the mentors and leaders above us shape the people we become in the future. As you remember the people you were surrounded with during the developmental stages of your life, there are most likely some things that you wish they had understood. This is why it is crucial that you understand how to lead subordinates in ministry.
One of the most frustrating things to experience is a leader who does not understand how to lead in a way that inspires and empowers people. It is crucial that you are able to view your subordinates in a way that allows you to empower them to the best of your ability. There are several facets of leadership that you can be intentional with when it comes to caring for your subordinates.
Much like children look up to their parents, subordinates look up to their leaders for support and knowledge. They want to see that there is a passion inside of you to pursue them alongside your ministry. They want to feel confident that you will guide them towards effective practices and efficiency. Most of all, they want to know that you care. With that said, how do you accomplish this? What are the intentional steps that you can take in order to empower subordinates and maximize their potential?
In this video:
We will unpack four key facets of leadership as they pertain to subordinates. Our goal is to teach you how to lead subordinates in ministry in a way that empowers and encourages them. With these tips, you will inspire leaders to pursue the ministry that God has called them to.
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