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10 Surprising Movies That Will Empower Your Leadership

April 13, 2015 6 Comments
10 Surprising Movies That Will Empower Your Leadership

I’m on a blogging sabbatical to write my upcoming book. This is a guest post by Kent Sanders. Kent writes about creativity, the arts, and leadership at KentSanders.net and is also the author of 30 Days of Evernote for Churches. You can connect with him on Facebook or Twitter. Seen any good movies lately? The […]

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21 Irrefutable Reasons Why Jesus Christ is the Greatest Leader of All Time

April 8, 2015 7 Comments
21 Irrefutable Reasons Why Jesus Christ is the Greatest Leader of All Time

He started a faith that now has more than 2 billion followers and lasted 2,000 years.  Jesus Christ epitomized the consummate servant leader. In fact, leadership guru Ken Blanchard said it best: “The more I read the Bible, the more evident it becomes that everything I have ever taught or written about effective leadership over […]

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Top 30 Must-Read Posts on Leadership | March 2015

March 31, 2015 1 Comment
Top 30 Must-Read Posts on Leadership | March 2015

So here’s my top 30 curated leadership tweets you might have missed in March 2015. 5 Simple Steps To Blow Your Productivity Through The Roof by @SkipPrichard 8 Motivational Tips for Living a More Relaxed and Peaceful Life by @CharlesSpecht I’m Terrible With Money: How I Got Financial Freedom by @KimanziC Let Your Subconscious Work […]

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3 Leadership Traits of an Effective Cross-Cultural Leader

March 30, 2015 3 Comments
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 5 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 18 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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