New Resource empowers Millennials and emerging leaders for lasting impact

New Resource empowers Millennials and emerging leaders for lasting impact

Outnumbering the Baby Boomers, and nearly three times the size of Generation X, there’s no doubt the Millennial generation will make an indelible impact on the world as we know it. The question is not “if” but “how” they will use their influence.

Lead Like Jesus’ newest resource, Igniting Influence: Empowering Young Leaders to Lead Like Jesus, invites emerging leaders to join a long-lasting and widespread movement for good, by allowing Jesus to work in and through them. Unlike other leadership resources that focus solely on skills and tactics, this series of studies will help young leaders hone the most vital elements of Jesus-like leadership: integrity and character.

Igniting Influence is a series of 12 leadership lessons well-suited for emerging leaders, anywhere from high school seniors to Millennials in the workforce. The equally thought-provoking and practical lessons explore issues like self-worth, pride, fear and relationships. They teach the importance of integrity, character, God-grounded confidence, and accountability.

Sessions last between 45 to 55 minutes and can be done in a group setting or individually. Each session includes:

  • 3-5 minute video
  • Short reading assignment
  • Biblical principles and examples
  • Case studies
  • Discussion questions
  • And a weekly practical application

At the end of this course, participants will not only walk away with a strong understanding of the leadership principles found in God’s Word, but they will also be able to apply those principles in day-to-day interactions with others. They will grow and expand their own influence to make a strong and lasting impact.

Igniting Influence will launch fall 2015, and will be available through www.leadlikejesus.com.

Click below to view the sample video lesson on Pride.

Click on the image below to download the sample study guide.

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