What are the benefits of trust? How can leaders reinvent themselves? And what are some ways to raise your children not to be materialistic?
These questions and more are answered in this week’s My 5 for Friday.
- 3 Benefits of Trust [When Leading] by Eric Geiger. Does your team trust you? It is needed in the workplace, as people will not follow people they don’t trust. Eric Geiger says, “Trust is a prerequisite for leadership. People long for their leaders to be trustworthy, to be men and women of integrity.” Here are three benefits of trust.
- How To Inspire Those You Lead by Dan Reiland. Are you an inspirational leader? Leaders of all levels and personality types can inspire others, which is a good thing. As Dan Reiland says, “Inspiration in essential to move people to action.” So, how do you inspire those you lead? Here are six ways.
- 9 Ways to Reinvent Yourself as a Leader by Selma Wilson. Organizations sometimes go through changes that require restructuring. This might mean that you are in a new position or have to leave the company all together. Selma Wilson shares that “sometimes we just need to reset and reinvent ourselves as a leader.” Here are nine ways.
- Do you have the heart of a steward? by Chuck Bentley. God has entrusted each of us with something. Whether it is a lot or a little, the call to be a steward is the same for all of us. Chuck Bentley says, “The heart of a steward is to love God and God only.”
- 7 Simple Ways To Raise Non-Materialistic Children by Seedtime.com. How do you raise your children not to be materialistic in a materialistic world? Joe says that “the parents must be vigilant in teaching their children that such possessions do not make one happy, and, in fact, are detrimental to true happiness.” Here are seven ways to raise non-materialistic children.