What distractions or struggles are you facing at work? Listen to find out there is a spiritual enemy that creates division and separation. The author of The Keys Against the Enemy, Dr. Gina R. Prince, encourages leaders to stay focus, seek God daily, don't people, and God will restore what is lost.
As a continuation of working with discipline, learn the importance of leading others in Spiritual Discipline. Hear the key to discipline is leaning toward adherence, consistency, and policies.
Discipline is not bad. Learn how receive and work in discipline with this devotion on Hebrews 12:4-7. Hear how God loves His people and uses discipline as correction in the right way.
How do you keep the right thinking at work as a leader? Listen to this devotion on Kingdom minded to hear how to renew your mind, have peace and keep joy.
How are you serving your clients, members, vendors or customers. Hear how you can be a leader full of faith by serving with humility and not out of duty. Listen how you are called to serve as you serve the Lord.
The Lord is speaking to you on the path he has set for you. Hear now this special word from the Lord to seek Him in for your businesses, increase is coming. Be ready to follow the path he has set for you instead of following another's path. Listen now to lead in a fresh anointing.
The best leaders move their organization through scarcity. Listen to find out what true abundance is and the four deficit areas that cause a scarcity mentality. Hear how leaders can train up or make changes in attitude, thinking, generosity, and inpatients.
Organizations are nothing until the people show up. Hear how to lead change in your organization by letting the Holy Spirit morph our ideas, methods, and provide workers a stimuli to shift. be the leader to find the way.
How many times a day do you hear "Can you fit me in?" Better yet, do you hear "I have real quick question!" Leaders struggle with time margins and priorities daily. Listen to how effective leaders know how to say "no." Yes, leave room for moments, but start learning how to say the word "no" today.