Leader: Are You Making an Impact?

Does your church have a way of measuring leadership effectiveness? Are you constantly monitoring the development and performance of your staff and volunteer leaders? Scott Cochrane says:

Imagine if you could actually measure the effectiveness of your leadership development.

Imagine if you could somehow really tell if all the leadership books you are reading and the seminars you are attending are paying off.

Is it possible? Can you actually measure the effectiveness of your leadership development?


In fact, measuring your progress is not only possible, it’s imperative.

In this edition of Ministry Briefing, we talk about how to measure leadership performance, how to know if you are succeeding as a leader, and why this is so important.

Check it out, and let us know what you think:MB_3-ways-to-know-impact


Interested in more stories like this? Ministry Briefing: Month in Review is now available. Each month, Todd and I sort through current events, trends, studies, and news stories and put together an easy to read summary of all the news church leaders need to be aware of. Check it out by visiting ministrybriefing.tv.


About the Author: Matt Steen

I love Jesus, Theresa (my wife), the Redskins & Capitals, and am currently living in Waco, Texas where I am studying the finer points of BBQ (while working on my MDiv and MBA at Baylor University). When not studying, I serve church leaders through MinistryBriefing.com and am the Director of Connections for Harris Creek Baptist Church's Downtown Campus.