Accountability is a necessity for leaders who want to grow, but it can be sporadic and discordant. In this episode we talk about strategically scheduling time for development so it is productive for both the mentor and the mentee.
Time is an invaluable commodity. The most successful individuals learn to safeguard it well. In this episode we discuss three ways in which we can better steward our time and tap into the power and strength of our Heavenly Father.
There’s something about the holiday season that softens our heart. In this episode, we discuss how we can better acknowledge the blessings we often overlook and become a part of the solution to many of the problems that plague our communities.
Just as a mom or dad wants to see his or her child win, your Heavenly Father celebrates with you a job well done, a day well managed. In today’s episode we discuss one change you can make to increase your productivity.
The lifespan of any ministry or organization is directly linked to a leader’s ability to pick up and release tasks and initiatives. In the final part of this series, we talk about how to better empower those you lead so that one day, they too, can rise
Kingdom-building leaders show consistent similarities in their leadership. In the second of this three part series, we’re going to break down these qualities and develop a strategy to begin implementing them into our daily lives.
At the crossroads where expectation meets reality, many lose sight of the promises of God. In this episode we talk about how a kind word of encouragement can lift someone’s spirit, elevate his or her mindset and offer fresh perspective.
For many of us we view summer as downtime, but suppose you could utilize this time to find a rhythm that helped you communicate expectations, set boundaries, even prioritize in such a way that you could lead better. In this episode we talk about four steps to help you find a rhythm that will work for you all year long.
As leaders it is our responsibility to defuse drama both for our personal health and wellbeing and that of those we lead. It today’s episode we discuss two ways in which we can reduce strife and invite peace into our lives.
Conflict is uncomfortable for everyone. When personalities or opinions are at odds it creates anxiety and often results in avoidance. In today’s episode we discuss three practical ways to help you navigate those tension-filled conversations.
When the dissatisfaction of your current circumstance is greater than your drive to overcome it, exhaustion and frustration set in. In this week’s episode we talk about the key way in which we, as leaders, can breakthrough our burnout.
Whether you find yourself in the secular workforce or a position of ministry, it is imperative that you never stop seeking knowledge and gaining insight. In today’s episode I offer five tips to help you LEARN to be a better leader.