Leadership Lessons from the Life of Moses
Give Necessary Criticism
Moses teaches us constructive criticism is appropriate and critical.
In Leviticus we read, “You shall reprove your fellow . . .
And you shall not bear a grudge . . .
You shall love your neighbour as yourself.
The above scripture permits reproved and confrontation. God chastise those he love, if you refuse to be reproved you are not a student or child but bustard. Don’t bear a grudge.
Criticism is a form of communication
Feedback helps to identify blind sports
It forces you to think about how you work
The right kind of criticism can give you an advantage
Don’t take it personally
Constructive criticism can be an expression of caring and even love. It demonstrates a desire to lead and help people realize their potential.
What constructive criticism have you received? Did you change your behaviour because of it?