Empowerment is generally considered a positive concept, but an attitude of entitlement typically carries a negative connotation. Is it possible that the space between the two is blurry at times?
As a leader, you know it’s important to truly empower your team to lead, yet at times you may be hesitant, wondering if empowerment feeds entitlement.
One pastor asked: “How do I create a culture of empowerment without creating a culture of entitlement?”
Another pastor said: “It seems like the more I give away, the more this person wants.”
Empowerment isn’t an attitude or feeling or something you merely grant or bestow upon your leaders.
Genuine empowerment requires an intentional process that needs consistent effort and commitment.Read More