All In or All Gone—Leaving Well When It’s Time to Go

As leaders, we set the standard of excellence in our organizations. Our passion and excitement for the work we do trickles down to our other leaders and the rest of the group to inspire progress. However when we lose our passion, when our fire for the work we do has gone out, it’s time for us to step aside and let a new leader take our place. If we don’t we risk hurting the entire organization by allowing everyone to slip into the same melancholy state that we are in, and allow progress to atrophy.

I have a new article at Church Leaders that discusses why we need passion as leaders, and how, as sad as it is to move on, we must know when to do it, for the good of our organization. Please check it out, and leave a comment about your experiences with leaving an organization, and how it affected the group.

All In or All Gone—Leaving Well When It’s Time to Go

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