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How to Identify Emerging Leaders

One of the questions I am asked frequently is "how do you identify emerging leaders?" That is an amazingly profound question. Before you can shape a leader based on their…

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RJ Davis

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Nations Ford Community Church in Charlotte, NC

One of the questions I am asked frequently is “how do you identify emerging leaders?” That is an amazingly profound question. Before you can shape a leader based on their passions, you must seek the qualities they already hold. Let me share with you the characteristics I look for to identify emerging leaders.

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Reinforcing Leadership Messages

As a leader, you have to know three to five leadership messages you want to reinforce constantly. So much occurs in your organization. With all this activity, we tend to forget to “keep…

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Edmund Chan

Guest Leader: Author, Leadership Coach & Preacher

As a leader, you have to know three to five leadership messages you want to reinforce constantly. So much occurs in your organization. With all this activity, we tend to forget to “keep the main thing the main thing”. As a leader, you must know how to reinforce these messages at all times. If shared consistently, you will see your organization thrive.

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The Value of Followers

Having followers know the value of what they do. Most leaders ask their followers to do different things. They also provide lessons and advice. As a leader, I would like…

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Joel Osteen

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Lakewood Church, in Houston, Texas

Having followers know the value of what they do. Most leaders ask their followers to do different things. They also provide lessons and advice. As a leader, I would like you to seek the value of what your followers are doing. Once followers realize what makes them significant, they will see what makes them great followers.

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The Most Difficult Spiritual Decision

What is a the most difficult spiritual decision for a leader? The greatest spiritual decision one can make is forgiving those who have disappointed you and moving on. In leadership, leaders will…

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Clarence McClendon

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of the Place of Grace in Los Angeles, CA

What is a the most difficult spiritual decision for a leader? The greatest spiritual decision one can make is forgiving those who have disappointed you and moving on. In leadership, leaders will experience many events that will not go their way. In times like that, leaders must be willing tforgive and move on in order to make progress. I have given it a lot of thought and I am here to tell you my interpretation of it.

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Personal Development

Personal development is not shown in what you do. Rather, it shows up in relationships, the way you think, and who you are as a person. You will be the…

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Billy Johnson

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of New Covenant Christian Ministries

Personal development is not shown in what you do. Rather, it shows up in relationships, the way you think, and who you are as a person. You will be the same person years from where you are now if you do not choose to grow. Here is some advice regarding your own personal development.

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Making Changes

Through my work, I have not met a leader that has told me that they did not want to change. However, I discovered that leaders are change-resistant due to two…

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André Olivier

Guest Leader: Senior Pastor of Rivers Church, South Africa

Through my work, I have not met a leader that has told me that they did not want to change. However, I discovered that leaders are change-resistant due to two reasons: they do not know how to move forth with making a change and do not want to go through the consequences. Let me talk about both reasons and how change can be achievable to all of us.

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The Significance of Values

Values play an important role in your life. They are the basis of the decisions you make everyday. They may not be written down or documented, but we hold them…

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Brian Kluth

Guest Leader: National Director for NAEfinancialhealth

Values play an important role in your life. They are the basis of the decisions you make everyday. They may not be written down or documented, but we hold them within us. Here are three keys when acknowledging your values and the values of others.

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Making Right Decisions

Nobody chooses to make the wrong decision. However, you will not know if a decision is right until the decision is over.  Every leader wants to make the right decision for…

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Mike Robertson

Guest Leader: Lead Pastor of V1 Church in Visalia, California

Nobody chooses to make the wrong decision. However, you will not know if a decision is right until the decision is over.  Every leader wants to make the right decision for the best outcome. There are two types of decisions that can be made: principle and situational. Let me elaborate how these decisions play a role in your life as a leader.

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Evolving and Devolving Relationships

Where we are in life is because of relationships. There are two kinds of relationships: evolving and devolving.  Evolving  relationships are those that allow for us to grow and learn…

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Touré Roberts

Guest Leader: Pastor of The Potter's House

Where we are in life is because of relationships. There are two kinds of relationships: evolving and devolving.  Evolving  relationships are those that allow for us to grow and learn with one another, while devolving relationships do the opposite.  We must be comfortable with both aspects, as it contributes to how we are shaped as individuals.

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Finding What Matters

What really matters in your life? I can tell you that my family, friends, and expressing the value of others matter in my life. Did you notice that none of…

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Shaun Marshall

Guest Leader: Director of Congregational Vitality at Evangelical Covenant Church

What really matters in your life? I can tell you that my family, friends, and expressing the value of others matter in my life. Did you notice that none of them are materialistic? There is so much more to life than what we see. Today, let us recognize the value in those who have shaped us and how that plays a role in our lives.

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