One of the key principles of leadership involves communication.
When leaders do not keep others informed, suspicion grows, distrust blossoms, doubt develops, and anxiety raises its ugly head.
Spiritually speaking, there is a great need for Christians to be informed by leadership.
What kind of information needs to be provided?
Information about plans for the future, changes to be made, challenges or hindrances facing the plans, and existing needs.
When leaders communicate, trustworthy and loyal relationships develop. It is time for God’s leaders to lead.
One word, but not just any word, especially when it comes to leadership.
What is the objective?
Is the objective clearly defined?
Has the objective been communicated to everyone on the team?
Leaders carry the responsibility to clearly define the role and responsibilities of each individual involved in achieving the objective. They must understand their role and responsibility in order to make decisions connected to the objective.
Without clear communication of responsibilities and expectations, suspicion is created. Motives are called into question. The result is distrust.
It may be one word, but the objective touches the whole of the work.