4. Continually point toward why you’re doing what you’re doing.
High capacity leaders want to accomplish something bigger than themselves. There is no mission bigger than the mission of the church.
Remind them regularly of giving their lives to a higher cause.
5. Value input.
Leaders love to be heard. You do. I do.
High capacity leaders don’t always need to be right, and they don’t even need to always get their way. But knowing that their input is valued is huge. Listen as you lead.
If you’re having trouble engaging high capacity leaders, your problem might not be that you’re asking too much. It might be that you’re asking too little.
What are you learning about attracting high capacity leaders?
Do you have a vision big enough to scare people?