Good leaders ask great questions!

One important leadership skill I have learned is asking questions. This also involves developing the key skills of listening, evaluating, responding – and then possibly asking even more questions! In his book “Good Leaders Ask Great Questions”, John Maxwell says: “If you lead a team, start asking questions and really listening. Start valuing the contributionsContinue reading “Good leaders ask great questions!”

God sets the lonely in families

“God sets the lonely in families” (Psalm 68:6). Orphanages and children’s homes are not the solution for the world’s orphan crisis. On the surface, this may appear to be an odd statement coming from someone who has, for a quarter of a century, worked with organizations that have run children’s homes for orphans and vulnerableContinue reading “God sets the lonely in families”