Paul Reid is back for another episode of the podcast. Among the things we discuss are various styles of leadership and the importance of leaders (and others) figuring out who they are. We also discuss leaders’ insecurity and Paul touches on another of the paradigm shifts in his ministry: the question of women in leadership. He also talks about retirement, and the importance of leaders having a plan in place as they approach retirement.
And he shares some of the lessons he has learned along the way, including:
- the need to embrace weakness
- the importance of keeping a united team
- the value of having people around to care during times of challenge
- the issue of ‘disintegrated anticipation’ (you will have to listen to the podcast to understand what this is, but it has to do with fads!).
Here is a link to the book Paul mentions on teams – The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.