Today I want to talk to you about the three keys to helping your leaders succeed in their ministry roles. Imagine success is the seat of a three-legged stool. Each leg is a different component that will support your leader’s success. Let’s take a look.
The first component is clarity. The Oxford dictionary defines it as a certainty or definite. People need to know exactly what you expect from them in order to succeed.
The second element is focus. The Oxford dictionary defines focus as being able to adjust to the light and conditions in order to see something clearly. Help your people focus by giving them clear directives and make sure they understand your values. As you provide clarity, be sure that you are specific. Don’t let them interpret and guess what their focus should be. Define that for them.
The third component is confidence. Merriam-Webster defines it as a faith or belief that someone will act in an effective way. People need to know that they can do what we’ve asked them to do and that what they’re doing is making a difference.
We need to give people clarity to make sure that they are able to focus on what they need to in the situation so that we can be confident in them and they can be confident that they’re making a difference.
Now that you understand the three keys that to help your leader succeed, what are you going to do about it?