Sitting in church this morning, my mind drifted to a business card my Dad used to carry that asked this question . . .
“If you were arrested for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?”
Later today as we drove to my in-law’s for Easter dinner, I couldn’t get the question out of my mind, with this twist, more relevant for this blog.
“If you were arrested for being a leader, would there be enough evidence to convict you?”
Consider that your business card, pay stub and other printed proof was rendered inadmissible.
What evidence could you offer?
Who is following you?
Why are they following?
Are these answers sustainable?
I challenge you to think about these questions – and your answers.
I hope this challenge focuses you on the actions that make you a more effective leader.