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If It Ain't Broke...

We either love or hate change. Both perspectives on change can become unhealthy if taken too far. Maybe you feel like you’re in a good season and there’s no need for change. Your team is performing. Your culture seems to be thriving. Why mess that up? As a leader, it’s your job to identify opportunities for growth and improvement. Our pastor, Chris Emmitt, trains our staff to think “if it ain’t broke, tweak it.” This mentality helps us proactively make small changes before big changes become inevitable. This could be anything from simple adjustments to events to modifying a worship service flow. Creating a culture of continual improvement not only grows your team’s threshold for change, but can grow your team’s appetite for excellence.

Seasons of change and transition typically come from two places inside a leader’s heart. One place “this isn’t good enough.” The other is “this could be better.” One builds faith. One builds fear. That doesn’t mean one is right and one is wrong. Leadership isn’t that simple. Emotional intelligence is needed to have healthy motives, reasons, and methods as you lead through change. How you lead in times of change has power to bond or break your team. So lead well!

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