05 Sep Episode 069: How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge With Clay Scroggins
In this episode, I talk with Author and North Point Community Pastor, Clay Scroggins, about his new book, How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge. We have a great conversation about steps you can take to use your influence even when you’re not in charge, how to apply the principles he talks about in a Family Ministry context, and what they look like practically.
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Links Mentioned in This Episode
Key Questions to Ask:
- What am I supposed to learn from this? (Instead of “Why is this happening to me?”)
- What characteristics and practices does my boss consistently show? What do I want to repeat? What do I want to do differently?
- Am I effective where I am now?
- How can I learn to lead with influence today so that I can be a better boss tomorrow?
- Get How to Lead When You’re Not in Charge here!
- Make a list of your current spheres of influence, and list three steps you can take to grow that influence in the next month
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Next Episode: Cindy Fiala
In the next episode, I interview my friend, Cindy Fiala. Cindy has recently transitioned into the role of Family Minister at LifeBridge Christian Church. She talks about what that journey has looked like for her and shares a great perspective on transition. Cindy then walks through some really helpful practices for having hard conversations and navigating conflict. Finally, we dig into how Cindy has partnered with parents by creating tribes, or groups, for parents where they can connect with one another.