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  • Dismantling before Breakthrough

    Guest Leader: Sam Monk

    A few years ago I bought a trampoline for my daughters and in the assembly of it I put it together wrong. Not once, not twice but three times I had to dismantle it before it looked right before it functioned as it should. So often in life we hit ceilings and we hit walls because we have constructed something wrong and we just try to move ahead. But I found that breakthrough actually happens when you are prepared to dismantle something when you are prepared to break it down.

  • Plateaus - Moving from where you are to where you want to be.

    Guest Leader: Mike Kai

    Have you ever been stuck in life? Have you ever felt like you’ve hit a ceiling? I know it happens quite often in my life. What ever it is in life, if you are in the ministry or business or marketplace. Every person at some point in their life is going to hit a plateau. Don’t deceive yourself into thinking that all the people that have made it so big in this world had nothing but a catapult to success from ground zero to all the way where they are with no bumps in between. It just doesn’t happen.

  • Organizational Clarity

    Guest Leader: Kevin Gerald

    Sometimes my wife and I will be in a conversation and then just a day later, or a few days later, we’ll refer back to that conversation. We will have interpreted what we said or what the other person said completely differently. This happens all the time, in all of our relationships. So I want to encourage you to continue to press towards clarity. Write it clear, think it clear, say it clear.

  • The Core Beliefs System

    Guest Leader: Joseph Ripley

    It is important to encourage leaders to keep their operating systems updated. I’m not talking about your IOS or Android platform systems, I’m talking about your own personal core beliefs system. The system in which you keep your beliefs, values and personal convictions. This is very important because as we live  through contemporary society and culture. That culture has the potential to impact our own core beliefs and values.

  • Things to ask when hiring

    Guest Leader: Lisa Kai

    When someone is coming for an interview, to be on staff or to volunteer on the leadership team, they are going to sell themselves. They are going to tell you all the great things they can do, their experiences, which is great because that is what we want and that is what we are hiring for. Often times they do so well in selling themselves but sometimes you want to see where their heart is. Let me tell you the two questions I would ask them.

  • The Power of Evaluation

    Guest Leader: Dale Bronner

    It is a tremendous thing for us to be able to take time and evaluate who we are, where we are, the organizations we lead. You need to evaluate it. God at the end of each day evaluated the day, He looked at what He had done that day and He said “It is good.” When was the last time that you paused at the end of the day, the end of the week, the end of a project and said let me evaluate this to see how good of a job I have done. Have you evaluated lately?

  • Paying attention to the wrong people

    Guest Leader: Penny Maxwell

    I get asked this question all the time “What is the biggest mistake you have made as a pastor?” Everybody wants to know your biggest mistake and I’m sure it is because they want to learn from it…right? Well, one of the most costly decisions you will ever make is paying attention to the wrong people.

  • Great Things Start Small

    Guest Leader: Matt Fry

    One of the principles I learned a long time ago is that great things do start small. Everything starts small. God takes a small amount and does great things. Even the faith the size of a mustard seed can move mountains. Throughout the Bible we see that God uses people that feel small or even insignificant and does great things through them.

  • The power of your words

    Guest Leader: Martha Fry

    As leaders we have to choose the words that we speak over people. The Bible says that life and death are in the power of the tongue. So as leaders I think there are 2 very important places where we have to choose to speak life. The first place is in our work place, in our environment, the place where we live. If you want to change your environment then change the words that you are speaking. Choose life!

  • Navigating the Process of Change

    Guest Leader: Marlin Harris

    In every organization “change” is not only inevitable, it will eventually become necessary.  Everything that grows, changes, and anything that stops changing, dies.  The question is not “will our organization change”, but rather it is “what are the steps to making change happen”.  This video is a short and simple discussion on how a leader can help to navigate the process of change in his or her organization.

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