Podcast

Brad Lomenick: When Your Leadership Goes Stale

Your Identity and Your Assignment

Podcast | November 29, 2016

In today's podcast Brad Lomenick, author of 3H Leadership and the visionary behind the Catalyst movement for young leaders, shares a personal story of the time he realized his leadership went stale.

Once he understood that his leadership was not bad, but it was preventing his team from thriving, Brad decided to take some time out and re-evaluate his own calling and identity in Jesus.

Brad walks us though issues like the importance of self discovery, humility, quiet confidence, and the ability to make healthy transitions as a leader. 

Karin Conlee: Discovering God's purpose without the pressure

When you feel like you don't measure up

Podcast | October 18, 2016

In today’s podcast Karin Conlee, author of Miss Perfect 9-week study for women, has a message for all women who constantly feel like they don’t measure up.

Karin, by all worldly standards, had it all together-good education, great circle of friends, great boyfriend and, to top it all, good looks. Life seemed to be going great, until one day she realized that her security and her success ladder were leaning against the wrong wall. Despite all the external factors, Karin found herself empty and lacking on the inside.

Evan Owens: Letting Go of Security

How fear can slow our faith

Podcast | September 29, 2016

Evan Owens is an Executive Director of Reboot Recovery, a ministry dedicated to helping veterans recover and re-engage with non combat life through spiritual discovery.
 
At the peak of his professional and financial success, God called Evan out of the corporate world in order to start a ministry to struggling veterans. 
 

Evan Owens: Are you just putting out fires or growing?

Moving from success to significance: Part 1

Podcast | September 13, 2016

Evan Owens is an Executive Director of Reboot Recovery, a ministry dedicated to helping veterans recover and re-engage with non combat life through spiritual discovery.
 
As a young man, Evan was always drawn to leadership. Through a series of events, Evan landed a sales job in the technology world, and by showing up every day and working hard, he became very successful. At the peak of his professional and financial success, God called him out of the corporate world in order to start a ministry to struggling veterans. 
 

Chris and Karin Conlee: Leadership and Marriage

Green Lights of Marriage

Podcast | August 19, 2016

In this 2-part podcast series, Chris and Karin Conlee, founders of Highpoint Church in Memphis, TN, continue our focus on marriage and leadership.

Today, Chris and Karin discuss the "green lights" in everyone's marriage that prevent us from falling into the status quo of living. Green lights are designed to direct us and propel our relationships to the new heights.

The way leaders lead their marriages and families gives them incredible credibility in the workplace. Chris and Karin talk about love, patience, kindness and keeping first things first. 

Jeff McCall is a young leader who, at 35, is serving as a Vice President/Head of Strategy at TruGreen. After earning his MBA at Harvard, Jeff worked for the financial giants in New York. Through his various leadership experiences, he became a turnaround executive. 
 
In today's podcast, Jeff talks about the stewardship aspect of leadership, and why so many leaders tend to "check out" during moments of adversity.
 

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