Leading in times of crisis isn’t something anyone embraces no matter how courageous, bold, and resilient they may be. At some point there will be struggles. For leading during a crisis requires new patterns of thinking and behaviour wired in.
Learning to lead in times of crisis is something we all need to learn to do, irrespective of background, faith, age or culture. We all are accountable for our actions and the people we are entrusted to. We can’t handle a crisis or be better leaders with an old mentality.
Leading successfully in times of crisis requires new forms of knowledge being installed into us and the expansion of personal frontiers. Jesus Christ, my greatest leader of all times, showed us through his lifestyle and bold sacrifices how to lead in times of crisis.
If you’ve felt discomfort or struggled to lead during the crisis, don’t beat yourself up. It’s not abnormal and that doesn’t make you less of a leader either. If the greatest leader of all times – Jesus Christ could lead in crisis, you too can.
“Most of our strength lies in our scars.”
If you’re a leader, be reminded that everything you’re facing now and your dark pasts, including all the messiness, is a necessary preparation to bring you to the edge where you are finally ready to leap the leader that you truly are.
As leaders, our gains inevitably happens when in crisis, we flawlessly execute our strategic plan and then swoop in for the victory.
Blessings and Love ❤️
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