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Andy Stanley: Leading amid Uncertainty

"As a leader it's okay to be uncertain; it's not okay to be unclear."

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In times of crisis and confusion we often have difficulty seeing the right path forward. This, says Andy Stanley, is forgiveable because no one can know the future. But the best way to deal with uncertainty is with clarity. He calls leaders to return to the original vision God gave them and use it as a guide when times are uncertain. Failing to be clear, says Stanley, will make us vulnerable to the influence of another leader who is clear but may be carrying the wrong vision for our people.

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