Archive by category Leaders

5 Must-Have’s for Advisors + Mentors

5 Must-Have’s for Advisors + Mentors

Recently, our nation’s President met with his advisors. Each person took turns saying how honored they are to serve the agenda of Mr. Trump. The remarks were so overwhelmingly pleasant that most news outlets have commented on the flattery. It got me thinking about two questions: 1. What are the most important characteristics you need […]

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Our Secrets Will Kill Us

Our Secrets Will Kill Us

This sponsored post is brought to you by our partner, Dr. Sam Chand whose new book, Leadership Pain is available now.  Our secrets will kill us. They will haunt our dreams, cloud our plans, and distort our relationships. We may harbor secrets because the truth about a single evil past act or a continuing bad habit is too shameful […]

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Vision for Life

Vision for Life

Dear Young Leader you need a Vision For Your Life! One would think that friendship, philosophy, or doctrine would be the critical unifiers in an organization and that they would serve to ensure its long-term vitality. But the Scripture shows us that it is really The vision of the organization that determines both its arch […]

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The Golden Rule of Leadership

The Golden Rule of Leadership

When does someone become a true leader instead of just a boss? It’s when they begin to view the people on their payroll as humans, not simply units of production. And that all begins with the Golden Rule—treat your team members the way you would want to be treated if you were in their situation. […]

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Managing Your Influence

Managing Your Influence

Leaders are powerful people. Many assume that there’s an inference to the size of an organization, people, profession and/or financial impact. On the contrary, leaders are powerful people simply because of the influence they are given. In their book, Spiritual Leadership: Moving People on to God’s Agenda, Henry and Richard Blackaby define influence as the […]

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