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The Right and Wrong Way to Navigate Transitions

Posted on November 23rd, 2021

It’s one of the LEAST thought-through aspects of leadership.

Statistics are showing that pastors and church leaders are leaving, moving, or rethinking their role at an accelerated rate. That’s why leaders must think through HOW they transition.

Sadly, endings and transitions are often poorly handled in our ministries, organizations, and teams. Because of this, we often miss God’s new beginnings, and the new work he is doing.

So what do you do when…
  • You realize it’s time for you to move on from your role
  • You are no longer comfortable serving in your context
  • You discern God leading you into new opportunities

When we don’t do endings well and stay too long, what should have been a healthy graduation can turn into a divorce.Today on the podcast, I walk through 4 real-life case studies of leaders navigating transition. In each case, I’ll share insights about the right (and wrong) ways these transitions should be handled.

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