Does your organization have a culture of perfection, or a culture of learning?
What do you do when your young leaders completely mess up? Are you tempted to pull them back “until they are ready”?
When we watch people fail, it hurts. Believe me. I could feel the entire congregation begin breathing again when I got off that stage.
Yet, for some of us, the only way to get good at something is to do it enough times that you have failed in every way possible. Once you’ve learned what not to do, you learn what to do. How do you help the young people in your organization develop the skills to lead when they keep making mistakes? Better yet, how do you keep your congregation engaged while your young leaders are falling on their faces?
Here are some things that might help:
Via Joe Boutte