Building a Culture of Trust
Become a Great Leader by Investing in Others
The strongest leaders are set apart by their relationships with their colleagues, their families, and the members of their community. They form bonds built on respect and mutual appreciation, and in doing so, they bring out the best in themselves and in others.
Improving as a relational leader is as easy as adding a few new tools to your belt while sharpening skills you already have. Bestselling author and ministry coach Boyd Bailey identifies 30 habits that will help you promote a culture of trust, love, and service wherever you lead. Grow in your ability to…
- cultivate God's heart toward people, recognizing their unique value as individuals
- prioritize love above all else, even over your own interests
- continually strive for personal growth, especially in your capacity for grace, selflessness, and emotional maturity
You'll find you are the most successful when you’re helping those around you shine. By making these habits your own, you will grow into the kind of leader people can’t wait to follow.