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How Healthy is Your Leadership?

Being an emotionally unhealthy leader is not an all-or-nothing condition; it operates on a continuum that ranges from mild to severe, and may change from one season of life and ministry to the next. The following is a one of the assessments I developed for the upcoming Emotionally Healthy Leader (Zondervan, 2015) book I have been writing for the last year and a half. Use the list of statements that follow to get an idea of where you’re at right now. Next to each statement, write down the number that best describes your response.   Use the following scale: 5 = Always true of me 4 = Frequently true of me 3 = Occasionally true of me 2 = Rarely true of me 1 = Never true of me   _____ 1.          I take sufficient time to experience and process difficult emotions such as anger, fear, and sadness. _____ 2.          I am able. Read more.

How Emotional Healthy is Your Planning and Decision Making?

For years I wondered, “How is Christian planning and decision-making different? How do I safeguard we are “carrying out plans” that are God’s and not our own (Isaiah 30:1)? The integration of the word Christian with planning and decision-making was much more challenging than I imagined. Health is best measured on a continuum. Use this brief assessment to get an idea of where you are today. Next to each statement, write down the number that best describes your response. Use the following scale: 5 = Always true of me 4 = Frequently true of me 3 = Occasionally true of me 2 = Rarely true of me 1 = Never true of me _____ 1.      Discernment and the doing of God’s will is my most important work as a leader. _____ 2.       I am acutely aware of the temptation to pursue more opportunities than God intends because of my own shadow or the pressure. Read more.

Assessing EHS in Your Church (and Yourself)

This brief assessment was developed in our certification of EHS consultants as they begin to work with churches. Take a few minutes to fill it out by yourself or with your leadership. On scale of 5 (to a very great extent) to 1 (not at all), how would you rate your church on the following: Those around me would say we are not hurrie­­d or rushed. 1 2 3 4 5 We don’t avoid having difficult conversations. 1 2 3 4 5 We are rarely accused, as leaders, of “trying to do it all” and biting off more than we could chew. 1 2 3 4 5 We know when to carry someone else’s burden and when to let it go so they can carry it themselves. 1 2 3 4 5 We take time to grieve our losses and explore how God is seeking to work in us through them. 1 2 3 4 5 On scale. Read more.

Assessing EHS in Your Church (and Yourself)

This brief assessment was developed in our certification of EHS consultants as they begin to work with churches. Take a few minutes to fill it out by yourself or with your leadership. On scale of 5 (to a very great extent) to 1 (not at all), how would you rate your church on the following: Those around me would say we are not hurrie­­d or rushed.   1 2 3 4 5 We don’t avoid having difficult conversations. 1 2 3 4 5 We are rarely accused, as leaders, of “trying to do it all” and biting off more than we could chew.  1 2 3 4 5 We know when to carry someone else’s burden and when to let it go so they can carry it themselves.    1 2 3 4 5 We take time to grieve our losses and explore how God is seeking to work in us through them. 1. Read more.