Face to Face

face-to-faceEffective leadership is interactive. Consider 2John 12 and 3John 13-14

Having many things to write unto you, I would not write with paper and ink: but I trust to come unto you, and speak face to face, that our joy may be full.

John says he purposely is not including everything in his letter. Instead, he wants to speak face-to-face.

In our technological era, leaders must fight the temptation to rely solely on digital communication. How can you interact with someone face-to-face this week?


3 responses to “Face to Face

  • Melissa G

    THIS, is so important. We have all gotten so used to communicating through email, text, and social media. I think the advancement of technology has taken out the appreciation of ace to face conversations that are so desperately needed. I fall short of this, its like now that everyone is immune to “easy route” of communication, how do we turn this around. Some people are not even comfortable to have conversations face to face…This is a great thought provoking and insightful read.

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  • brilliantviewpoint

    Agree… people hide behind their emails and almost “avoid” talking face/to/face. It’s a shame.

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  • thefourthdimensionoflife

    You are so right. Face to face interactions are the ones that influence us the most and the ones that we usually cherish. Thank you for shedding light on this subject. God bless you.

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