Why do we celebrate the generational party of Black Friday? Listen to the comparisons of Black Friday to Good Friday to see where you stand on the impact of Black Friday.
Be thankful today for the gifts of you have been given to lead. Find out now what key leadership gifts you should be thankful for everyday in this Special Thanksgiving episode.
Today's economy is in a fragile state. Hear how you can become a good steward of the resources God has provided for abundant living with special in studio guest Dr. James Russell, professor of economics and undergraduate chair of the College of Business at Oral Roberts University.
You may have a sense on what your organization needs to improve, but do you know how to deliver this message? Find out the communication tool you need to be a good deliver of the "how" in your meetings and messages.
Business leaders play an impart part in their communities and churches. Now learn five different ways a pastors can reach out to and engage with business leaders.
Avoid the Ceiling of Complexity developing in your organization. Hear how anything that hinders growth makes your output more complex. Learn now the steps to take to simplify your business or organization.
Instead of following up behind your team members on assigned task using “trust and verify,” learn a new way to build a trust bank with your team and implement "trust and confirm."
"We don't just need good leaders, we need God leaders." Rich Wilkerson Jr. tells you how to model the greatest leader of all through The Jesus Model - servant leadership. He teaches you to walk in obedience with God and stay the course to do the right thing even when wrong is happening around you.
Today, learn the Peter Precept, it is the profound principle of what a leader could be or can be. You will hear apostle Peter's teaching asking you to willingly take care of the flock God has given you.
Evaluate your fears of being exposed as a leader who can't lead. In this episode, Dr. Steve Greene shares his theory of the Peter Pan Principle and what a true leader needs to really fly without the help of a cable.
The Peter Principle holds that, "In a hierarchy, every employee tends to rise to his level of incompetence." Find out how to avoid this principle and show your leadership competence by learning the signs of leadership markers to promote others.
Don't be known as the leader who doesn't get things done. Receive clarity on what you are going to do by making a To-Don't List. Find out the to-don'ts to put on your list and how to avoid daily distractions.
How is your faith directing your leadership? Cora Jakes Colman speaks on how you can become an advocate for God and to condition yourself in your faith. She shares that whatever Goliaths we face we are able to knock them out because of our willingness to serve and walk with God.
Are you willing to break protocol? Cora Jakes Coleman calls on leaders who are willing to go beyond the norm in order to be seen and heard as vessels of God. She shares how to plant a seed for future generations and how women can be accepted as a leader.
Rise above your struggles and find out how to model the way for people to follow. Jennifer LeClaire, senior editor of Charisma magazine, gives you the keys to not be timid as a leader and answer the call of success.
Jennifer LeClaire gives simple takeaways on how to work with young team members. She shares that listening well and prayer lead to mastering communication across all ages.
If you are waking up not wanting to get up and lead at work, then you might be suffering from leader's block. Find out the remedy now.
You are evaluated the first time you walk into the room or a new organization as a leader. Find out what you can do within those first few minutes to make an impact for others to follow your lead.
Find out what the marker is that matters most when you are dealing with leaders in the marketplace, in the building, even at home.
Learn how you can become a stronger leader and relaunch your skills. Don't fall into three downward leadership principles on vision, energy, and function. Dr. Mark Rutland shares his years of experience as a leader, pastor and president of a University to help you out of these downfalls.
You can be at your best as a leader when your team member is at their worst or having a bad day. Learn how not to lashing out at their mistake but be the one to lift up and teach.
You can get things done by having a clean desk. Find out the one key to filing.
Create motivation within your team and increase performance by implementing methods of training, teaching and demonstration.
You can become a successful second in command leader by following 6 check points to model as a serving team member. Change how you serve now!