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Title: Loving others to Action


1
Loving others to Action
  • Answering before listening is both stupid and
    rude. Proverbs 1819

2
How to Love Others to Action
  • Be a spiritual leader.
  • Be a loveable leader.
  • Be a constructive leader.

3
Spiritual Leadership is Loving
  • Fair
  • Loving
  • Humble
  • He has shown all you people what is good. And
    what does the Lord require of you? To act justly
    and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your
    God.
  • Micah 68

4
Fair leadership
  • But the wisdom that comes from heaven is first of
    all pure then peace-loving, considerate,
    submissive, full of mercy and good fruit,
    impartial and sincere. Peacemakers who sow in
    peace reap a harvest of righteousness.
    Peacemakers who sow in peace raise a harvest of
    righteousness. James 318
  • If you can keep your head when everyone around is
    losing theirs, then you can actually help. R.
    Kipling

5
loving leadership
  • He had to be made like his brothers in every
    way, in order that he might become a merciful and
    faithful high priest in service to God, and that
    he might make atonement for the sins of the
    people. Heb.2.17
  • LoaTzu (tao) The evolved leader only leads when
    completely identified with the people, when their
    concerns become his.
  • Maxwell People dont care how much you know
    until they know how much you care.

6
humble leadership
  • He came to Simon Peter who said to him, Lord,
    are you going wash my feet? John 1316

7
loved or feared?
  • Commonality
  • Law of Association
  • Frequency of Contact
  • Reciprocal Affection
  • Others Sensibilities
  • Similar Appearance
  • Receiving Favor
  • Humble Demeanor
  • Positive Attitude

8
Constructive Leadership
  • Communicating that people matter!
  • Turn around moments in your life who was
    involved?
  • What you say and do matters.

9
Constructive Feedback
  • When you see good work.
  • When you see poor work.
  • When you see a dead end.

10
Never let Good work go unnoticed
  • Encourage one another daily and build each other
    up, just as you are doing. 1Thes.511
  • Be immediate.
  • Be specific.

11
Never let Poor work go Unnoticed
  • All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for
    teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in
    righteousness. 2Tim.3.16
  • Keep it private.
  • Keep it positive.
  • Proceed with caring. Attitude checks needed.

12
Never let poor work go unnoticed
  • Let the employee choose own path
  • How do you think it could have gone better?
  • What can be done different next time?

13
Never let poor work go unnoticed
  • Practical guidance.
  • Sometimes Ill say something like
  • What works for me is . . . What has worked for
    you?

14
Mistakes Mean They ARE Trying!
15
Never let Bad Habits Go Unnoticed
  • Slack habits and sloppy work are as bad as
    vandalism. Pr.189 (Message)
  • Keep it private.
  • Keep it positive.
  • Set the tone for a difficult personal
    conversation.
  • Be direct but gentle.
  • Be completely humble and gentle. Be patient,
    bearing with one another in love. Eph.4.2

16
Never let bad habits go unnoticed
  • Personal Feedback.
  • I feel awkward about this
  • Sometimes your body odor is too noticeable.

17
Never let bad habits go unnoticed
  • Avoid Sidetracks!
  • I dont mean to offend, but we need to go
    forward. I need you to show up without noticible
    body odor. I brought it up because its my job,
    and I want you to succeed.

18
Never let Bad Habit Go Unnoticed
  • Better is an open rebuke than hidden love.
    Pr.275
  • Constructive leadership means you CARE! Caring
    means you NOTICE! What people do really matters.

19
Constructive Feedback
  • When you see good work.
  • When you see poor work.
  • When you see a dead end.

20
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • Those whom I love, I rebuke and discipline. So
    be earnest, and repent. Rev.319
  • THE TWO MINUTE CHALLENGE
  • State what you observe.
  • Wait for a response.
  • Remind them of the goal.
  • Ask for simple solution.
  • Agree together.

21
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • State.
  • You have missed three meetings in a row.
  • No editorial
  • Just behavior.

22
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • Wait.
  • Do not be sidetracked.
  • Your relationship is not the issue, its the
    behavior.
  • Do not fill in a silent gap with your own
    material.

23
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • Remind.
  • We work together as a team, you need to be at
    the meetings.
  • Opportunity for more sidetracks.

24
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • Ask.
  • So how will you make it to the next meeting?
  • Everyone has a complex life. Stay true to goal.
  • Sorry to hear that but we depend on you too.

25
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • Agree.
  • Mutual clear statement.
  • So, next Friday, you will be at the meeting.
  • Ill be at the meeting on Friday.
  • I hope things work out at

26
Turn from a Dead End Road
  • Those whom I love, I rebuke and discipline. So
    be earnest, and repent. Rev.319
  • THE TWO MINUTE CHALLENGE
  • State what you observe.
  • Wait for a response.
  • Remind them of the goal.
  • Ask for simple solution.
  • Agree together.

27
Constructive Feedback
  • When you see good work.
  • Immediate
  • Specific
  • When you see poor work.
  • Keep it private
  • Keep it positive
  • When you see a poor habit.
  • Set the tone.
  • Be direct but gentle.
  • When you see a dead end.
  • Two Minute Drill. State. Wait. Remind. Ask.
    Agree.

28
LOVING OTHERS TO ACTION
  • Be a spiritual leader.
  • Be a loveable leader.
  • Be a construc-tive leader.
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