Lions are like bosses, but do they need to roar? Find out how lions who are quiet and gentle get more accomplished than a lion who is wandering the halls roaring at team members.
It's hard to lead if you are wondering around. You can change today by starting with knowing where you are going and then communicate effectively to your team. Todd Brown, founder of Brown Church Development Group shares how he learned to lead through playing football for Nebraska and with trial and error.
What if there is more potential for the agony of victory? For leaders you have to be concern about your wins as they weight on you and can cloud your judgement. Learn today how to be a leader who will cry out "Help Me Lord!" during a defeat and a win to draw out a fresh anointing.
Women know how to lead. Pastor Beth Copeland, of Reach Church in Westfield, Indiana, shares leadership tips and encouragement to lead as a woman in this special interview from On Platform Seminar. Start now to get from where you are to where you want to be.
Your leadership skills at home are reflected through your children. Hear how you can raise world changers in this special interview from On Platform Seminar with Pastor Mike Curtis of Powerline Church in Sanford, Florida.
You cannot start teaching today's children to be leaders soon enough. Hear how you can start teaching children to be leaders in the community and church by taking the initiative to give them responsibility in the organization or task. Listen to this special interview from our On Platform seminar with Pastor Jerry Walsh of Seminole Community Church in Sanford, FL.
Hoping to find land somewhere? Find out how you can take the bad news with the good news and not become a drifting leader. Effective leaders celebrate good and bad news using both as learning opportunities.
How many times a day do you hear "Can you fit me in?" Better yet, do you hear "I have real quick question!" Leaders struggle with time margins and priorities daily. Listen to how effective leaders know how to say "no." Yes, leave room for moments, but start learning how to say the word "no" today.
Many women face the challenge of balancing family and career. Krystal Hanks, co-owner of T Town Roofing, is here to share with you on not only how she balances family and work, but how she succeeds in a male dominate profession. It starts with a great support team.
As a leader you can learn from other leaders who are surviving tougher times in different industries. Hear the story of Ricky Hanks from T Town Roofing in Tulsa, OK. In this interview Ricky shares how marketing impacted his business even if he couldn't afford it.
The world craves a tall, strong and handsome leader. But God ordains a leader who is weak in the flesh. Hear how your weakness qualifies you to lead in God's strength.
When was the last time you wrote a personal note with an ink pen? It's time to take up the pen again and instill in you leadership a desire to write personal notes. Listen now to hear how you can engage with your team, clients and vendors with a relational card.
Where does haughtiness come from in leadership? When you begin to believe your own hype and call yourself "world class." Begin today by being a leader who looks for someone in need instead of figuring out how to be a "world-class" leader.
A lazy leader is easy to spot, but what about a lethargic leader? Learn the difference between lethargy and laziness. Then evaluate your leadership style with these lethargic leadership behaviors. Take action in your leadership today.
How do you react when you are having a bad day? Transparent leaders often are challenged on how to respond when having a bad day. Learn how leaders should be open about it and use a bad day to teach coping to their team and younger leaders.
What drives a leader? Success, applause or the favor of the Lord? Leading organizations to success can be a slippery slope leading you to depend on yourself or believe what man says. Listen now on how you can avoid slipping away from God and be a committed leader that seeks Jesus.
A double minded man is unstable in all his ways. How about a leader? Listen to find out the impact of a double minded leaders and evaluate your leadership with these 7 indicators of a Spirit-led leader.
How do you connect with others and receive from God? Listen to this special interview from On Platform seminar with Pastor Lyle E. Shiferdeck, Jr. You will learn how to a critical assessment of yourself, share experiences that will give hope to others, and in the end you will want to receive what God has in store for you.
What would happen if an ambush news reported entered your place of business, organization, or your church? Will they find an assembly of hypocrites? Listen now on how you can avoid being a hypocrite leader and what a leader's response should be if you do fake it.
Dreaming is an aspect that is lost in leadership. Be encouraged today to not stop dreaming from this special interview with former paratrooper and Pastor Keith Kurber of Harvest church in Fairbanks, Alaska. Leaders should be dreamers.
Find value in living out your leadership. Pastor Shaddy Soliman shares his story about coming from the Middle East to leading as a pastor. He discusses how people are drawn to his ministry and how you can become a magnet to reaching out to others as a group instead of teaching in a class.
Connect and develop leaders by showing how you are passionate about what interest them. Hear this special On Platform seminar interview with founder of Global Advance, David Shibley, who has developed leaders and pastors worldwide for over 25 years. You will be encouraged to reach out to other leaders to work together for God and His Kingdom.
Lead your team with integrity and accountability. Learn lessons on how to listen and observe to turn around difficult situations in this special interview with successful entrepreneur and businessman Kurt Stowers..
Are you creating constant change in your team's course of action? If so, you may be a flip-flop leader creating instability and diminishing trust. Learn how you can direct your team on a steady, patient path to the finish line.