New Series: Leadership in Communications

leadership in communcications
Written by Paul Steinbrueck

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leadership in communcicationsWelcome to  the kick off of what I think is going to be one of the best series of blog posts we’ve ever done on Christian Web Trends, a series on leadership in communications.

I’ve also decided to experiment with our first ever video blog.  Have a look…

Many organizations have communications challenges that when you examine them are at their core a leadership issue. A few examples:

  • You know you need a new website, but the board won’t approve it.
  • You know you need to optimize your website, but you don’t have the budget for it.
  • You know you need to update your website and social media consistently to be effective, but you just don’t have the time.
  • You know you need to get started in social media with Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube, but your boss just doesn’t see the value in it.
If you face any of those challenges in your organization, be sure to check back daily as we discuss the importance of leadership in overcoming them.

As we kick off this series, I’d like you to answer two questions in the comments:

  1. Think of a time when you faced a significant communications challenge which you overcame with good leadership. Can you share that story in a comment?
  2. What is your greatest communications challenge right now? To what extend do you think good leadership is needed to overcome it?
Thanks for getting the discussion started with your comment.  And let me know what you think of the video blog.
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Paul Steinbrueck

Paul Steinbrueck is co-founder and CEO of OurChurch.Com, husband, father of 3, blogger. You can follow him on Twitter at @PaulSteinbrueck.


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