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Catalyst One Day Session 3: Craig Groeschel – How to Build Great Leaders

The potential of your organization rests on the strength of its people. Common question: Where do you find great leaders? Right question: How do you develop great leaders? When they saw the courage of Peter and John and realized that they were unschooled, ordinary people, they were astonished and they took note that these men had been with Jesus. - Acts 4:13 4 Steps to Build Great Leaders 1. Identify talent that others overlook. 2. Attract them to a vision bigger than themselves. You don't need a big ministry or successful business to attract great leaders; you need a vision worth following. Great people are not attracted to ...

Catalyst One Day Session 2: Craig Groeschel – 5 Ways to Break Your Leadership Barriers

5 Things to Change About How You Think 1. Change what you believe is possible. If you don't believe something can be done, you'll prove it can't. You can make excuses or you can make progress, but you can't make both. 2. Change the way you structure your organization. Structuring for Growth Empower the board to oversee not manage. Develop a right hand team not a right hand person. Keep the number of directional decision makers small. Drive non-directional decisions deeper into the organization. 3. Change how you empower to grow or help them to go. Making the Developmental Conversation Easier Things aren't going ...

Catalyst One Day Session 1: Craig Groeschel – 5 Things That Matter When Leading Up

I am live blogging at Catalyst One Day in San Diego. The theme for 2015 Catalyst One Day is “What Great Leaders Do.” Why is Leading Up Important? No organization will ever be what it could be without honest, upward communication. Your ability to lead up now will help determine your ability to move up later. Biggest myth about leadership: You have to be in charge in order to lead. (positional power vs. personal power) People will follow a leader with a heart faster than a leader with a title. Five Things that Matter when Leading Up 1. Honor matters. Honor publically results in influence privately. Respect is earned. ...

How to Change Mindsets to Create a Culture of Innovation

I am blogging from Atlanta, Georgia at the 2014 Catalyst Conference. I have the honor of joining the Catalyst Blogger Team, and I'll be publishing live notes and key insights on the speaker sessions. Speaker lineups include, Andy Stanley, Tim Keller, Christine Caine, Matt Chandler, Charles Duhigg and many more. I hope these insights will empower you to rise to the top. At one point in church history, the church was the innovators. The church influenced the arts and the sciences. The church know how to create. Now the church has lost its bastion of innovation. Anything that has thought with Christian is tantamount to second rate status.  For...