Podcast

The Legacy of Absence Part 1

Podcast | June 05, 2020

Tim Olson is an author, educator, pastor, and life coach. His understanding of father-child relationships was fostered through years of observation and application as a teacher and Principal, a coach to clients around the world, and working with the National Fathering Ministry in Minnesota and Ukraine. Through it all, he’s found his way to helping others to discover who they are meant to be. In Part 1 Tim is outlining workplace-related issues cause by either poor father-child relationships or by absentee fathers.

Leadership lessons are most effective when they are “caught,” as opposed to simply being “taught.” Gregg Fischer, Content Director for the Global Teen Challenge is one of those leaders who not only embraced the leadership model of Jesus personally but is implementing it throughout his place of work. Here is part one of our interview with Greg where he shares ways he is practically living our the model of leading like Jesus.

Is Jesus' leadership model relevant to us today? Can we apply His ways of leading, influencing, equipping, and empowering others in today's workplaces? We tackle this question and more with John Sparks, Senior Director of Shared Services at World Vision International. With vast experience in the military, corporate America, and faith-based nonprofit, John helps us consider this question from all of those angles.

Leadership Legacy: Sheryl Giesbrecht Turner

Multiply your impact

Podcast | April 16, 2020

Want to multiply your impact? Leave a lasting legacy. Legacy is defined as "leaders’ lasting value which is measured by succession.” Author, Teacher and Speaker Sheryl Giesbrecht Turner talks about characteristics we can observe in leaders who prioritize legacy of leadership. She also addresses why most leaders struggle with positioning their organizations to do great things without them.

7 Questions Leaders Are Asking

Podcast | April 16, 2020

These are unprecedented times. Leaders globally are looking for wisdom, answers, and encouragement on how to navigate this new normal we all find ourselves in. We have received questions that reflect leadership challenges posed by this new reality. In this Videocast three co-authors of Lead Like Jesus Revisited, Phyllis Hendry Halverson, Ken Blanchard, and Phil Hodges address seven questions that will help leaders around the globe navigate and respond to today's challenges.

Danita Bye: 5 Steps to Leading Millennials

Millennials Matter Part 2

Podcast | November 07, 2019

Danita Bye is a best selling author and speaker and is an expert on the subject of millennials in the workplace. Building high capacity millennial salespeople and leaders can become a driver and differentiator for your business & your life. Danita specializes in coaching leaders of millennials, with a focus on empowering emerging leaders to maximize your sales growth efforts.

In today's Leadership Conversations Danita outlines a 5-step practical plan for Boomers and Gen-Xers who manage and lead Millennials in order to mentor and disciple them into great leaders.

Danita Bye: Harness the Energy of Millennials

Millennials Matter Part 1

Podcast | November 07, 2019

Danita Bye is a best selling author and speaker and is an expert on the subject of millennials in the workplace. Building high capacity millennial salespeople and leaders can become a driver and differentiator for your business & your life. Danita specializes in coaching leaders of millennials, with a focus on empowering emerging leaders to maximize your sales growth efforts.

In today's Leadership Conversations Danita shares simple and very practical ways boomers and older generations can harness the energy and power of millennials in the workplace.

Peter Demos: Afraid to Trust

Podcast | August 20, 2019

Before Peter surrendered his life to God, his marriage was a ticking time bomb, only salvageable by divine intervention. His business was his idol, and he felt immense pressure to run others over with it. Peter was a walking ball of fear, which manifested itself as uncontrolled anger. But Christ changed all that, granting Peter the peace he had not realized was possible. Dedicating his life and his business to God didn’t take away all of Peter’s problems. Keeping his new restaurant, Peter D’s, running was incredibly challenging and was the source of some of his biggest business failures.

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