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Lead On article by John Dunnett. In the New Testament alone the word 'servant' and its derivatives appear about 100 times. John explores what servant leadership looks like through the lens of five biblical images of servanthood.

Lead On article by Claire Pedrick. It's a well-known saying that 'communication is key'. Claire offers some helpful ideas on how to have clear and helpful conversations with those we manage or supervise. 

Lead On article by David Banting. When looking for potential leaders, there is always a list of qualities we look for. For David loving people ought to be high on that list of qualities, and high on the agenda of those already in leadership too. 

Lead On article by Graham Archer. The findings of the Church Growth Research Programme gives helpful insights for those leaders who want to see their church or churches grow. Graham pulls out six of these helpful insights.

Lead On article by Andy Castle. Developing and nurturing young leaders is an imperative for the future of the church. Andy chats to three young people as he explores how we may best do this.

Lead On article by Alastair McKay. When in a position of leadership there are bound to be times of conflict. Alastair is executive director of Bridge Builders, an organisation committed to helping leaders handle conflict well. 

Lead On article by Rachel Treweek. The role of an archdeacon involves oversight. Often that means dealing with the difficult stuff. But regardless of what that involves it is always about relating to people and discerning where God is leading.  

Lead On article by Graham Archer. ‘I do not lose heart’. Reflecting on Paul’s words from 2 Corinthians 4, Graham asks how we can stay the same in the midst of all the pressures and demands of leadership.

Lead On article by John Fisher. For the average church, 10% of their life cycle will be spent in vacancy with no vicar or key leader in post. John explores how churches can use this time to grow and make the most of the opportunity.

Lead On article by Lucy Moore. Messy Church is one of the fastest growing fresh expressions of church in the UK. Lucy reflects on what is required of its leaders.