My little leadership advice, for this or any future GC, is based on Matth 22:15-22.
The story about paying taxes is a story about a type of risks in leadership - and what to do about them.
The text makes clear that sometimes circumstances may confront leaders with a question or a problem that in fact is a trap. Jesus, by closely inspecting a coin, demonstrates that if a careful study of all sides of an issue at stake (here a coin) shows that it is about culture (head) and administration (number), it should not be turned into a theological or moral question but remain the political problem it is. If an issue is turned into a theological and moral question, people will start to be ready to die for it. If however a problem is de-theologized and treated as an administrative and cultural question, solutions will be comparably easy and many conflicts can be prevented. Wise leadership will remember Jesus’ answer and therefore always pay attention to such traps. Wise leaders who wish to guide a culturally complex church through stormy times will always remember the counsel of Jesus in Matthew 22: De-theologize problems! De-theologize them!