Action-Oriented Confidence And Humility

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I have two back-to-back chapters in my book Shepherd Leadership where I discuss the confidence and the humility of leaders. The healthiest of leaders are self-aware enough to know which one of these leadership styles is naturally theirs, and they are also actively aware of how to bring balance to those two extremes. 

As Karl Vaters and I discussed on The Church Lobby podcast, the natural tendency for confident leaders is to view humble leaders as pushovers, and the natural tendency for humble leaders is to view confident leaders as arrogant. Is this fair? Check out how Karl and I unpack this. 

If you would like to grow your leadership effectiveness, please pick up a copy of Shepherd Leadership for yourself. And stay tuned as I’ll be sharing more clips from this interview soon. 

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