How to be wise in a relationship

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The quality and enduring nature of your relationships will make or break your leadership. What do you mean? That may seem overly simplistic to what is likely a complicated situation, but the answer has a ificant influence on the outcome.

If the people you work with like you, the potential to work out the conflict or get through a difficult circumstance is high. An important question is how much do you invest in relationships? Their value will jump out at you.

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It takes a couple of seconds to say thank you and less than a minute to express sincere appreciation. Me too. The single most important factor in encouraging someone is to make it sincere. Giving the benefit of the doubt is needed the most with the people you are closest to and those you work with the most.

If someone says something that really bugged you, or you received an that caught you off guard, or someone made a decision you disagree with, extend grace. And if they genuinely are difficult, extend grace. A good starting place with a difficult person is to learn a little of their story. That often helps adjust your perspective and gives you insight. Kindness is a commonly overlooked essential in leadership. We tend to focus more on things like tough-minded decision-making, strategy, and bold vision. Kindness embraces three crucial elements; genuine humility, a desire to serve others, and personal contentment.

Listening communicates value, respect, and love. The speed of culture, social media, and lack of connection, in general, has hurt the ability, even desire to fully listen at a heart level. If you fall into that trap, it will hurt your leadership. Listening at a heart level means to focus entirely on the person, their good is your intent, and your responses reflect that you understand. Leaders who possess a generous spirit tend to lead larger than those who do not.

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There is something about the disposition to give rather than hold back that is compelling and inviting. Generosity is often financial, but there is so much more to it, such as giving your time, words of affirmation, sharing ideas, helping to solve one of their problems, and demonstrating love. If you make a mess, clean it up. Those you lead will trust and respect you for it. Through prayer, God can increase your empathy, compassion, and general desire for others to thrive.

Thanks for sharing this Dan, these really are simple steps to take that can make a large impact on our ability to lead others well. I am praying that God will help me be more intentional in applying these principles in my everyday interactions with others.

All for His Kingdom and Glory. There in is the importance of your post — we may know these things, but having a reminder that is straightforward, clear and provides an ongoing way to help us do them is incredibly helpful. That applies to me and is something I look forward to sharing with the leaders in our church as we all continue to grow and develop as leaders. Thank you! You are right most of these essentials are know to all of us, but the key is how consistently do we practice them. Basic building blocks that are so essential.

Thanks Dan for your words of wisdom. Keep providing us with your insights! Dan — as a pastor I so value your insight you have shared in posts in your books etc for years.

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Your heart and wisdom shine through all you do for Jesus and others. I am deeply grateful for you! Oh, and in these words I am practicing what this post is all about. I am sharing this with leaders I Coach and serve! Thanks so much. That axiom is true in every arena of leadership but especially so in the church. Click To Tweet.

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If you look for the best in every person, you will find it. There are few things in the nature of human interaction that esteem others more than listening. LeadershipRelationships. Keith Book. This message is full of the Gospel message from start to finish…I love it dearly. Reply April 12, at am. Dan Reiland. Keith, Yes, each principle is modeled by Jesus! Reply April 12, at pm. Adam Bodkins. You are welcome Adam.

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May God continue to bless your ministry! Ken Demlow. Ken, You are right most of these essentials are know to all of us, but the key is how consistently do we practice them. Glad you are able to share them with the leaders in your church!

Rick Flores. Hi Rick, Glad these are helpful to you. Bernie Federmann. Reply April 13, at pm. Stephen Cohen. Hi Dan! Loved the way you presented these 10 Relational Essentials!!!

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Shalom my dear friend! They all even require people! Dan Reply June 2, at am. Leave a Reply. Receive Posts by : Subscribers also get a free chapter of Dan's latest book! First Name. Last Name. Tweets by DanReiland.

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