Ron Edmondson

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7 Ways Pastors and Spouses Can Find True Friends ronedmondson.com/2022/08/pastor…
We have to learn to balance the highs and lows of ministry in order to succeed long-term. It seems you can never get ahead and you’re always playing catch-up with your “to do” list. ronedmondson.com/2022/11/highs-… #leadership #Ministry #Pastors
7 Life-Giving Statements Everyone Needs to Hear ronedmondson.com/2022/11/needs-…
Simple Tweak to Enjoy Leadership (and Life) More ronedmondson.com/2022/11/tweak-…
Simple Tweak to Enjoy Leadership (and Life) More ronedmondson.com/2022/11/tweak-…
Updated this post for someone dealing with grief. Hope it helps. Grief is real. Especially, perhaps, this time of year. #grief #disappointment #hope 10 Tips to Grieve in a Healthy Way ronedmondson.com/2022/11/grieve…
New – Episode – Realities Every Leader Needs to Know ronedmondson.com/2022/11/realit…
NEW EPISODE In this episode we share 10 realities every leader needs to know. #Podcast #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/11/realit…
Some pastors do well in church revitalization. Others simply don’t. I’ve learned there are some commonalities among pastors who can successfully revitalize an established church. #churchrevitalization #pastors ronedmondson.com/2022/11/do-wel…
Leaders, pay attention: 7 Life-Giving Statements Everyone Needs to Hear ronedmondson.com/2022/11/needs-…
7 Life-Giving Statements Everyone Needs to Hear ronedmondson.com/2022/11/needs-…
25 Experience Produced Leadership Nuggets ronedmondson.com/2022/11/leader…
Leader friend of mine says - "I'd rather have a horse that needs to be reined in than one that refuses to get out of the starting gate." #organizational #leadership
I am not the primary communicator of announcements. Some pastors might be. Yet, there are some things I NEED to announce. So, through the years I’ve developed a framework to help me discern. #pastors 3 Questions to Discern What I Announce on Sunday ronedmondson.com/2022/11/announ…
Before you go to bed - know how much you are loved. Well, you’ll never understand. No child ever does. But stretch your imagination. “The LORD appeared to us in the past, saying: “I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with unfailing kindness.” Jer 31:3
In an organizational setting, the longer you do something well, the more it becomes expected from you - and the less recognition you will receive for it. #leadership #goodtoknow
Great discussion led by my friend @TrevinWax on the question of pastoral authority and servant leadership. Good insights and reminders. podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rec…
7 Times you need to consider changing your structure: (3/3) When all creativity is structured out of the system. When there is no longer any confusion. Unpacked here: ronedmondson.com/2021/01/know-t…
7 Times you need to consider changing your structure: (2/3) When you can no longer attract leaders. When you spend more time discussing than doing. When the structure you have now isn’t sustainable long term.
7 Times you need to consider changing your structure: (1/3) When you continually encounter obstacles trying to move forward. When the steps to make the change are more exhausting than the value the change provides.
Frustration with self is often disguised as anger towards others.
NEW EPISODE. Here are some things healthy teams never allow. Healthy teams are dogmatic about certain things. Some of those are what they will NOT allow. ronedmondson.com/2022/11/health…
Meeting with our residents this morning - Decided to pull out some old notes: 10 Realities I Would Share with Every Young Leader ronedmondson.com/2019/08/10-rea…
All of us make mistakes and occasionally need someone to help us become better at what we do. This should always be the end goal of correction. Here are 7 healthy ways to correct #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/11/health…
One super easy, yet very powerful leadership tip: Value everyone on the team and give everyone a voice. #leadership
When you thought your next outside speaking event is next week - and you’re not prepared - but then realize it’s not until the following week. #priceless
7 ways I protect my family as a pastor: (2/2) 5. I am not everyone’s (primary) pastor. 6. I delegate well. 7. I try to stay spiritually, physically and mentally healthy. Unpacked here: ronedmondson.com/2022/07/pastor…
7 ways I protect my family as a pastor: (1/2) 1. Disciplined down time. 2. My family trumps everything on my calendar. 3. Scheduled time with my family. 4. I don’t work many nights.
Possibly nothing frustrates me more than lazy leadership. Especially if the lazy leader is me. Whoever is lazy regarding his work is also a brother to the master of destruction. Prov 18:9 It’s also annoying and ineffective in leadership. #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/11/lazy-l…
What to Do When You’ve Been Fired from the Pastorate ronedmondson.com/2022/10/fired-…
What should you do when you’ve been fired from the pastorate? I’ve heard from many pastors that are let go for a variety of reasons - often at no fault of their own. Knowing what to do next may help with the recovery process. #pastors #churchleaders ronedmondson.com/2022/10/fired-…
NEW Episode – Gifts a Leader Should Give Their Team ronedmondson.com/2022/10/gifts-… #podcast
Leading with Control OR Leading with Influence ronedmondson.com/2022/10/contro…
Leader, the less you control - The more you can empower - And empowerment is where the growth occurs. #Leadership
5 goals for systems and structures on a healthy team. (3/3) 5. Protection. Protecting people and the organization. I always say, “I don’t want us to end up on the front page of the newspaper.“ #leadership
5 goals for systems and structures on a healthy team. (2/3) 3. Accountability. People need boundaries within which to work. These are not meant to control. Make sure that is clear. 4. Scalability. Systems and structures should allow you to do more work, faster and easier.
5 goals for systems and structures on a healthy team. (1/3) 1. Empowerment. Take bureaucracy out and put authority with the people doing the work. 2. Communicate. People always feel there are things they don’t know. You have to constantly tweak your systems and structures
The saying goes, "Keep doing the same thing and you'll keep getting the same results". But I've never known that to be true. Keep doing the same thing and people get bored. Pretty soon you have diminishing results. #leadership #change
If you are going to lead – wouldn’t you want to lead in a way which creates value in the lives of others and the organizations you lead? I think this would be true for all of us. How do we do that? #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/10/leader…
NEW EPISODE In this episode we share some incredible gifts every leader should give the teams they lead. #podcast #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/10/gifts-…
7 Things I’d Say to a Parent of Married Adult Children ronedmondson.com/2019/11/parent… #parents #adultchildren
Leading with Control OR Leading with Influence ronedmondson.com/2022/10/contro… #leadership
Would you rather lead with influence or control? Hopefully, the answer comes easily, but regardless of the answer it doesn’t always play out that way for many leaders. #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/10/contro…
An Important Leadership Development Principle ronedmondson.com/2022/10/leader…
There is an important leadership development principle I try to help teams I lead understand. It can be a hard lesson, but it is critical for continual growth as a person. #leadership ronedmondson.com/2022/10/leader…
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