Challenges of Leadership NOW #challengesofleadership

So, figure out the priority. Does your challenge call for time, people, finance, and so forth. The answer to challenges is moving forward with a plan.

Remember, to everything, there is a season. If we operate out of season, we will not harvest all that is intended for us. When we allow God to control our time, we feel accomplished and complete. When we allow others to take control of our time, we feel overwhelmed. God wants us to allow Him to be the time manager. Developing a schedule of how to mange projects, modifying as needed, and seeking additional support, will give you more time for reflection and rest. Build in rest and family time no matter the demands of time. Time should not manage you – you should manage time.

So, develop the art of listening – I mean truly listen. Analyze the pros and cons that you seek out. King Solomon was known for making great decisions. He recognized as a young King that He needed wisdom from God. He sought God for wisdom; He will place the right people in the right place at the right time for your success.

Fifth, the lack of resources, is a great challenge. So is, the misuse of resources. Knowing who, when, how, why, and what you need for making decisions and leading is always necessary. For instance, not being willing to embrace change for the best result is an example of a lack of resource in your organization. Being stuck on the idea because it is your idea could trigger a misuse of resources.

Finally, there is the challenge of ME – the fear to step up your leadership. You are in good company. This trait, hopefully, will lead you to push forward on all of the above. You are wonderfully made for this type of leadership. The believer knows what The Creator has said to the people of Israel in their struggles to go forth and made great mistakes, “I know the plans I have for you…. Plans to prosper you.” The challenge(s) are meant to propel you toward your success.

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