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3 Leadership Traits of an Effective Cross-Cultural Leader

March 30, 2015 1 Comment
3 Leadership Traits of an Effective Cross-Cultural Leader

I’m on a blogging sabbatical to write my upcoming book. This is a guest post by my friend Christie Samson. Christie is an alumna from the renowned Pepperdine’s MSOD program. She is passionate about leadership development and building capacity in cross-cultural organizations. She leads strategy, program management, and training for SolarCity’s national recruiting programs team. […]

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How to Speak Your Leader’s Love Language

March 27, 2015 4 Comments
How to Speak Your Leader’s Love Language

I’m on a blogging sabbatical to write my upcoming book. This is a guest post by Steven Ibbotson. Steven has served as a teacher and administrator at both K-12 and post-secondary schools. He also serves as a board member with various non-profit organizations. He sees and writes about leadership lessons in everyday life experiences at […]

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Why I Fired Myself Before I Got Fired By Somebody Else

March 24, 2015 16 Comments
Why I Fired Myself Before I Got Fired By Somebody Else

Last week, I did the craziest thing an ambitious 28-year-old could. I quit (no, I fired myself from) my Fortune 100, high-paying job with great benefits without having another official job lined up. Some have called this a corporate suicide. Others applauded my courage to pursue my calling in life. The truth is, I felt […]

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Ten Things Every Leader Should Always Teach

March 16, 2015 9 Comments
Ten Things Every Leader Should Always Teach

I’m on a blogging sabbatical to write my upcoming book. If you’d like to join my launch team, comment below. This is a guest post by Doug Dickerson, an internationally recognized leadership speaker and columnist. He is the author of the books Leaders Without Borders & Great Leaders Wanted. Doug resides with his family near […]

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3 Things Leaders Should Do To Handle Failure Better

March 13, 2015 6 Comments
3 Things Leaders Should Do To Handle Failure Better

I’m on a blogging sabbatical to write my upcoming book. If you’d like to join my launch team, comment below. This is a guest post by Bobby Benavides. He has served in youth ministry for over 15 years. He currently is a Christian Education Director in Elkins, WV and served as a Youth Development Specialist […]

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Equipping the Saint: How Do You Shape Vocational Imagination?

March 10, 2015 1 Comment
Equipping the Saint: How Do You Shape Vocational Imagination?

I am live blogging from Portland, Oregon at the Redeeming Work Conference. Speaker lineups include, Skye Jethani, Paul Pastor, AJ Sherrill, Kate Harris, Kevin Palau and more. I hope these insights will empower you to integrate your faith and work. Speaker: AJ Sherrill, Trinity Grace Church NYC Q: What do you do? There was one […]

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10 Most Influential Christian Leaders Pick 5 Most Influential Books

March 9, 2015 12 Comments
10 Most Influential Christian Leaders Pick 5 Most Influential Books

As an avid reader, I’m always looking out for “great” books to read. I came across this fascinating personal reading survey of world-renowned Christian leaders conducted by R. Kent Hughes, author of “Disciplines of a Goldy Man.” Specific questions asked on the survey were: What are the five books, secular or sacred, which have influenced […]

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Mediocrity could have you running circles. (Here’s why.)

March 5, 2015 3 Comments
Mediocrity could have you running circles. (Here’s why.)

I’m on a blogging sabbatical writing my next book. This is a guest post by Garrhet Sampson. Garrhet is a missionary, teacher, leadership coach, network director, and blogger. In 2014, he received a Masters Certificate in Missional Leadership through The Resurgence Training Center at Mars Hill in Seattle and is currently working on his preaching and […]

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[Infographic] The Most Amazing Female Leaders That History Books Forgot

March 2, 2015 1 Comment
[Infographic] The Most Amazing Female Leaders That History Books Forgot

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Top 30 Must-Read Posts on Leadership | February 2015

February 28, 2015 2 Comments
Top 30 Must-Read Posts on Leadership | February 2015

 So here’s my top 30 curated leadership tweets you might have missed in February 2015. 5 Questions Leaders Should Ask Themselves by @JosephLalonde How the Next 48 Days Will Transform Your Life by @SkipPrichard 20 Current Trends In Innovation Pastors And Church Leaders Should Know by @BrianKDodd 15 Reagan Leadership Lessons by @jamesstrock Why More […]

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