What's needed most in good leadership -- character or competency?
Most people believe both are needed. But what happens in leadership when we overlook one, assuming the other is either present or will follow? We are familiar with stories about competent leaders with poor character as well as leaders with great character but for whom competencies are lacking. Sometimes, the things we overlook come back around.
In this podcast, Jeremy and Dave discuss why both character and competency are needed for good leadership, and why church leaders, especially, must self-understand themselves as leaders, not caretakers or managers.
To contact Jeremy, go to his website at JeremyHoover.com. Jeremy provides personal growth and leadership coaching in both individual and cohort settings. Jeremy helps leaders to create organizational and personal culture by properly visioning their values and aligning their activities.
To contact Dave, go to his website at ContemplativePragmatist.com. Dave helps ministers and the churches they serve to imagine and innovate in this season of cultural transition.
Jeremy Hoover makes disciples in Sarnia, Ontario. He also provides personal growth and insight coaching as well as coaching for leaders in both individual and cohort settings.