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Posted on 3.12.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 9 Jesus Resolves Earth’s Conflicts-Revelation 19:1-21 Jesus will take decisive action to resolve our problems when He comes the second time. Like any effective leader, Jesus won’t put a bandage on the problem; He will solve it permanently. Take note of how efficiently the King of Kings has and will take care […]

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Posted on 3.5.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 8 Reason, Results, Remedy-James 4:1-10 Good leaders discern the root of problems quickly and offer practical solutions. Most of the time they find people problems: The reason for our problems: Hedonism. James offers the answer to his own question. The source of their problems? Their own self-centered search for pleasure. The […]

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Posted on 2.26.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 7 Maintain Perspective-James 1:1-8 James is vitally concerned with big-picture living. After his brief greeting, he jumps into how to handle problems. Because leadership depends to a large degree on problem solving, James remains relevant to every leader. He teaches us to approach problems with: Contemplation: We can find joy in the midst […]

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Posted on 2.19.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 6 Healthy Confrontation-Philemon 8-10 The best way to solve many problems is to confront them. Sometimes those problems are people. Paul took great pains to confront Philemon about Onesimus. Consider these steps for confronting someone: Pray through your own anger. Don’t let emotion lead you. Wait until you can be objective. Initiate […]

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Posted on 2.12.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 5 Titus, the Man to Look For-Titus 1:10-14 (positive) While Timothy had a shepherd’s heart and a tendency toward timidity, Titus was the man to call upon when a church had a problem. Paul sent Titus to both Corinth and Crete to organize the chaos and establish leaders. Paul trusted Titus more than […]

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Posted on 2.5.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 4 101% Principle-1 Corinthians 1:4-10 The church at Corinth provided Paul with one of his greatest challenges. In this letter, he was forced to confront several problems. This was a defiled church—some members had committed sexual immorality and drunkenness. It was a divided church—at least four groups competed for leadership. It […]

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Posted on 1.29.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 3 Fastest Way to Leadership-Matthew 15:29-39 Jesus deepened His credibility by solving the problem of a hungry crowd: He identified the problem and informed His team. He instructed them to brainstorm the solution. He invited them into the problem-solving process. He included them in the solution. Man’s Dilemma-Romans 1:17-2:29 After Paul addresses mankind’s ultimate problem—God’s judgment […]

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Posted on 1.22.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 2 Moses: God’s Problem Solver-Leviticus 15:1-33 God gave the people various ceremonial laws in order to keep the people from dying in their uncleanness when they defile the tabernacle. Moses harped on one thing, obedience to the word of God whether we understand it or not. Many of our problems arise […]

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Posted on 1.15.21 in Leadership

Leadership Qualities: Problem Solving Part 1 Sarah Has It Her Way-Genesis 16:1-16 (negative) Those who master problem solving – one of the 21 Indispensable Qualities of a Leader-find that it’s one of the fastest ways to gain leadership in any group. Anyone who can solve problems will never lack influence. But the influence gained isn’t always […]

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Posted on 12.18.20 in Leadership

The Law of Buy-In Part 11  Examples Beat Exhortation-2 Thessalonians 3:6-13 Paul wanted desperately to challenge the Thessalonians regarding their lifestyle. He instinctively knew the Law of Buy-In—that people buy into the leader before they buy in to his words. Consequently, he reminds them of the model that he and Silas left them. He knows that example is […]

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