good-to-great.jpgFrom Jim Collins – Good to Great

The moment a leader allows himself to become the primary reality people worry about, rather than reality being the primary reality, you have a recipe for mediocrity, or worse. This is one of the key reasons why less charismatic leaders often produce better long-term results than their more charismatic counterparts.

For what you know of Student Ministries at ECC – do we culture an environment that allows people to be most concerned with the kingdom (and our effectiveness) and less concerned about the feelings of leaders?

Please respond!