There’s a difference between leadership and management. Some with authority over others are great managers but not great leaders. Others excel at leadership but struggle with management. Personally, I value leadership over management. I’m grateful for the many leadership opportunities I’ve had over the years…
– Frontline management (or owner) of various business components from 1993 to present- Associate Publisher/General Manager, Salem Publishing from June 2001 to March 2013
– Director of Adult Sunday School publishing and leadership training department at LifeWay Christian Resources with three sections and 44 people from 1998 to 2000
– Manager of Adult Life and Work Curriculum Section from 1994 to 1998 at LifeWay Christian Resources.
– Editor and Design Editor of various publications at LifeWay Christian Resources from 1990 to 1994.
– Full-time senior pastor of two churches from 1982 to 1990
– 16 years direct management experience with staff writers, editors, graphic designers, technical support personnel, clerical support personnel, accounting personnel and managers
– Communication: Ability to communicate desired message(s) clearly and effectively through speaking, writing and personal dialog with almost 40 years of communication experience
– Management: Ability to understand the task(s) and guide the essential people and resources to a successful conclusion with more than 20 years of management experience in corporate environments, both non-profit and publicly traded
– Leadership: Ability to motivate, coach and move people toward desired outcomes with over 35 years of leadership experience, both church and corporate