Tag: Leaders

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Interview: Ryan Stigile on Common Struggles All Leaders Face

Interview with Ryan Stigile on Common Struggles All Leaders Face Leadership comes with endless challenges. One of the biggest challenges is feeling like you’re the only one working through issues. How can we avoid the “I’m the only one” trap and successfully navigate common leadership issues. What are other leaders facing that we can learn from? Let’s talk about […]

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Interview: Rep. Glanton and Rep. Brockway on Leading Across the Aisle

Interview with GA Rep. Glanton & GA Rep. Brockway on Leading Across the Aisle Leaders must have the skills and abilities to reach those who think like them and those from opposing perspectives. How do we lead from a place of vision when those around us may see things differently? In a divided nation how can we have a unified organization, […]

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Interview with John Brown on How to Recover from Failure

Interview with John Brown on How to Recover from Failure There are countless books and blogs about how to succeed. We have no shortage of people ready to tell us what it takes to be the best at what we do. But what happens when we miss the mark? What happens when we don’t accomplish the […]

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8 Things You’ll Regret Forever

As leaders at work and home we are faced with choices, decisions and options all day, everyday. Life is what happens in between decisions. We choose to go left or right, we decide to jump or step down and we opt in or out of opportunities. After we make our choices life offers very few do-over’s. […]

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Interview: Josh Vaughan on Maintaining Your Identity

Interview with Josh Vaughan on Maintaining Your Identity Leaders give their all to what they do. They live and breathe for the passion in their souls and they inspire others to follow them. So, what happens when that role, that position, that job is gone? When the title melts away who are we? What happens […]

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Side By Side with Maureen Kornowa on Teams

Side By Side with Maureen Kornowa on What We Want Our Teams To Know As leaders, we make constant and often quick decisions. What keeps us going is knowing we have the trust and support of those we lead. But most leaders never take the time to turn around and explain the why behind the what […]

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5 Ways to Build A Winning Team

Some teams are good but some teams are great. Some teams work hard to get the job done and some win with a mesmerizing ease. What’s the difference in a group of people and a winning team? How do we get on one – better yet – how do we build one? What tools do […]

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Interview: Bryant Johnson On Leading Where You Are

Interview with Bryant Johnson on Leading Where You Are If you can lead here you can lead anywhere. Turns out it’s really true. The best leaders are able to reach their goals and help those around them, no matter where they are. From different roles to different organizations we can be influencers wherever we are. What does it […]

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Interview: Tad Savoy on What the Church Needs From Its Leaders Right Now

Interview with Tad Savoy on What the Church Needs From Its Leaders Right Now Bill Hybels famously said , “The local church is the hope of the world.” If that is true then we ought to do whatever is needed to help the church complete its mission. Jesus calls the church His bride and he will take […]

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4 Signs of Cowardly Leadership

In a world that’s become increasingly more complex, divided and fragile many leaders today fail to say what needs to be said and do what needs to be done. While today’s businesses and churches are lead by some of the most dynamic and courageous leaders the world has ever seen, many of the courageous among […]

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Side By Side with Mike Kaupe on the Case for Managers

Side By Side with Mike Kaupe on the Case for Managers We’ve all heard it… “I’m looking for leaders, not managers. Managers just maintain but leaders bring growth!” Basically, leaders are good & managers are bad. There has been a full on war on management in the name of leadership, but how accurate is it? Are managers really […]

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August – 2017 Monthly Leadership Session: 4 Ways to be a Better ____ (fill in the blank)

August – 2017 Monthly Leadership Session – 4 Ways to be a Better ____ (fill in the blank) Everyone wants to be better at what they do. Whether you’re called to be a leader, a cook, a teacher or a foster parent, we can all make the most of who we are and grow into who we […]

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Side By Side with Alysha McCree on Staying

Side By Side with Alysha McCree on Staying When Others Leave If you think building teams is difficult try keeping them. What do you do when team members, co-workers, or people you counted on to be there are suddenly gone? How do you find the motivation to continue on? What do you tell those around you, your […]

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Interview: Dr. Tina Woodard on The Biggest Mistakes Leaders Make

Interview with Dr. Tina Woodard on the Biggest Mistakes Leaders Make Leaders are called to take charge, assess the situation and make the right decisions. But what happens when we miss it? What happens when the leader blows it. Every leader makes mistakes but the best leaders learn from the mistakes of others and avoids […]

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Knowing You… Part 2

In the previous post we talked about why the best leaders know the most about themselves & the powerful benefits of becoming a Student of Yourself.  If you missed it, hop over now and join the conversation. The best leaders know themselves and respond before their emotions can react. They discover the subtle but significant differences […]

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