What do you do to lead new Christians? Hear how you can lead with an intentional plan. Ron Lewis joins us again for another power impacting leadership episode sharing how you can intentionally lead with Pocket Theology on the go.
What did you intentionally learn last year? Did you learn a new capability? Start this year off in the right direction by listening on how you can intentionally learn a new capability with success. This is not a New Year's resolution, it is something you always wanted to learn, putting the process in place and applying it to your life.
Do you exemplify what you preach? Be a leader that lives out integrity. This special interview with New York Times best-selling author Jonathan Cahn will inspire you to be a leader who ignites revival and not become part of the status quo. Hear Jonathan discuss the impact of his books The Harbinger and The Shemitah.
Are you open to serve your vendors? These are the people who serve and partner with you. Hear three points on how you should treat your vendors and in the end you both win in a working partnership.
Be open to repurposing your thoughts or ideas in other areas. Hear how it is key for a leader to be able to improvise and to know when to repurpose what you have learned or used before.
An effective leader knows what to forget and what to remember. Then take the role of teaching your team. Hear now how to you can focus your team not on failures but on the wins.
Leaders are burden to focus on making things bigger. Instead hear how bigger is not always better. You will learn to focus on quality and to not miss an opportunity to help just one.
Do you have a word for the year or a guiding principle? Hear how the word resilient can be your word. Learn 3 ways you can model resilient to your team.
Why do your New Year’s resolutions fail so quickly? Hear how frequency and vision are some of the reasons why resolutions fail. Today is a new day to start making new plans to include and engage with God's vision for your business and ministry.
Find the one thing leaders are missing, solitude. Hear how important it is for a leader to find that place of rest without interference of people or electronics. You will reap the benefits in response time and creativity.
If you as a leader stays calm during challenging economic times, your team will be calm. Hear how you can respond with a pro-active approach to the increase in U.S. interests rates and listen to the truth about where the overall economy stands.
When leaders reach a plateau in their personal growth, the organization will also tend to flatline. Hear now how you can be the leader to avoid the treadmill effect of going now where.
Self-help books might be harmful to your growth because you are geared toward depending on yourself. Hear how to seek a higher and greater power than yourself to grow as a leader.
Learn the importance of serving in leadership and how you can make an impact by investing in your team members by listening to this special interview with author and contributing editor of Charisma magazine, J. Lee Grady.
NBC released Dolly Parton's Coat of Many Colors last Thursday and delivered an audience of over 13 million viewers. This movie brought a discussion of faith and family values back into the living rooms of a hurting America. Listen to how this movie teaches that the faith of a leader is shown by what you won't do as much as it shows in what you will do.
Leaders should not be intimidated by others. Hear four key principles of leadership taught by John the Baptist that will help you not bow down to man, but submit to what God has planned.
"It's not personal, it's just business," is a cop-out phrase used by leaders when making tough decisions, but your decisions do have a personal impact. Learn how you can move forward from past regret and start making decisions with confidence led by true grace.
Grow your communication skills by fasting negative words. Author Tim Cameron shares about his new book "Forty-Day Word Fast" and how you can develop as a leader in the skills of listening, speaking and writing. How you speak to your team measures how you add value.
Great leaders learn through trial and error. Like musicians play by ear, leaders can learn to lead according to the Holy Spirit's leading and promoting, even on the spot. Learn what it takes to truly be a Spirit Led Leader on this episode of Greenelines.
How do you define good communication? Hear how you can effectively chart a course of new ideas leading to good communication instead of being part of a meeting talking about other people.
Leading in foreign countries takes humility. Jason Law, president and CEO of Terry Law Ministries, knows this firsthand sharing his leadership experience with world countries to help you lead with humility and compassion.
Become a stronger leader by learning to be patient to see a desire or vision God has given you come to pass. Craig Dunnagan, executive director of Gateway Create Publishing, joins Dr. Greene in studio to talk leadership and casting your vision to your team.
Who are you trying to please? As a leader it is not good to be in the difficult position of pleasing man and the work is never done. Hear how you can get of this bear tap now.
Embrace busyness. Instead of complaining about being too busy, hear how God assigns busy people to do His work.