The kingdom of God isn't impacted by anger, but by love. Anger doesn't change or move your team. Find out in this devotion how you can control your anger, so that you can lead and move those in love.
Are you connected to your team? Listen to this leadership teaching on how important it is to connect with people beyond technology to build relationships. Then hear how leaders are to help teams connect with data, growth and with teams across departments.
How can a leader discern if an attack is of the spirit or the flesh? Listen as you learn the 8 signs of a spiritual attack and the impact of the imagination. Learn what role a leader plays to ward off attacks on their business, team members, families and personal lives as guest author Ryan LeStrange shares on leadership.
How many people do you lead have low self-esteem? Listen to know how to spot one who has low self-esteem, what to do as a leader and why today's young people rather work in someone else's shadow instead hold a leadership position.
Have you evaluated your work habits? Listen to subject your workflow to scrutiny and hear how to enter into a productive flow cycle.
Will the people in your inner circle protect leadership? Listen to this leadership teaching to find who is a protector and who is the most dangerous.
The job of a leader is to make sure his team works in a peaceful atmosphere. Learn in this devotion how comfort can be met with challenges to grow your team and organization in an environment of peace.
How do you develop leadership clarity? Listen to find out the steps and how you can pass it on to your team members.
Do you receive fires at work or do you start the fire? Listen to why leaders receive fires to put out and 5 rules on how to address them.
How would you respond to this statement,"I was blind, but now I see?" Listen now to find out how the impact of relationships affect leadership through the story of the blind man.
Don't try to impress with your knowledge, be a good leader by becoming a good storyteller like Jesus. Listen how in this part 2 of Dr. Steve Greene's interview with Pastor Charles Green.
What are the secrets to becoming a great leader? Listen as Pastor Charles Green shares with host Dr. Steve Greene how overcoming fear and doubt plays a big role.
Is it more impoartant to be right or to let things go? As a leader, you have to get to that place where right is the least of your worries. Learn how you can create a transference of knowledge and create thinking in others.
Everyone has an area of weakness. Listen to find out how you can develop yours.
When was the last time you had fun? Break out of your cage and hear how leaders can learn to play and create fun with their team.
What's Stopping You From Fighting Giants? Learn how you can prepare for the Goliaths in your life, and overcome any giant that stands in your way.
When we have division inside of our team it can be threatening to growth. Find out how you can lead with clarity and resolve the areas that are causing division.
In the middle of a mistake we can make someone great. don't be afraid to try and learn from what doesn't work, that's how you learn.
How do you do in the midst of a storm? Find out how you can control your mood so you can respond consistantly to your team.
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.
If you want your team to be coachable you must strive to be coachable yourself. Learn why being coachable is so important to organizational growth and takeway practical tips to share with your team.
When you come to a project, do you have enough energy to start? Find out how you can properly allocate your time, so that your projects with the right energy.
What makes an early riser appear to be more productive? Find out how you can maximize your productivity by being more intentional and deliberate.
How do leaders hear? You have to be prepared to hear. In this devotion you will learn to be present and engaged when others are talking to you.