10 Habits Of Great Leadership Writers
Dan Reiland is Executive Pastor of one of America’s greatest churches, the amazing 12Stone Church located in North Atlanta, GA. I have always had a fond appreication for him as we are both products of the John Maxwell leadership tree. If you are not a subscriber to his The Pastor’s Coach newsletter, click here and sign up for it today. It is a must read for anyone in church leadership.
Today, I received my copy of Dan’s new book Amplified Leadership. Dan is a great writer and thinker so I cannot wait to begin reading it. It made me take a moment and think about the habits of great writers of leadership content.
- Great leadership writers write inspirationally. They make others soar.
- Great leadership writers write intelligently. They pinpoint issues and provide solutions.
- Great leadership writers write logically. They are easy to understand.
- Great leadership writers write humbly. They do not let personal ego eclipse their desire to see others achieve their maximum potential.
- Great leadership writers tell stories. They paint a picture you can see yourself in.
Additional habits of great leadership writers centers on how they leverage information.
- Great leadership writers condense their information. They do not overwhelm you with too much.
- Great leadership writers plan what information they provide. They guard against being too random.
- Great leadership writers use information to cultivate more and better leaders. They are not interested in simply informing them.
- Great leadership writers use information to then provide direction to these same cultivated leaders.
- And finally, great leadership writers measure the effectiveness of the information by the number of lives it impacts. They are addicted to life change.
Once again, Dan Reiland is a great writer. Based upon the reviews, you should click the image above and buy his book as well.
On a final note, I hope to one day be able to deliver the level of quality content Dan does. What leadership writer wouldn’t?
Leaders, what additional habits do you think a great leadership writer has?
Subscribe here so future posts can be sent directly to your Inbox. Also, as a gift for doing so, I will also send you a FREE copy of my latest eBook 151 Leadership Quotes: Timeless Truths That Will Make You A Better Leader.