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The world of leadership is rife with information, listicles and re-hashed advice. We all know that we need to have more difficult conversations, be kinder and more empathetic with those we lead, and walk the path of servant leadership. And yet we rarely seem to get any closer to developing ourselves as the leaders we wish to be. Instead, we clutter our brains with more information, enact a new promise to ourselves and those around us to lean in and show up more powerfully than we did last ti ...
 
The purpose of this podcast is to equip church leaders who are out there every day doing the hard work of bringing change and renewal to churches. Each season we tackle an important topic, and in each episode, we talk to real-world church leaders about their best practices. It's our hope and prayer that these Conversations for Transformation will help you as you do the work of Changing Churches.
 
Transformational Leadership Series is A Platform under The Leadership Impart Program with TM. This Series is aimed at Bringing to light the Understanding of Leadership in all Spheres of Life (Spiritual,Relationship, Entrepreneurship) from The Kingdom of God's Perspective. This Series will Coach,mentor, develop,discover and nurture the Inherent Gift of Leadership given to Us by God. It Will build you to Be A force that will Impact and influence Your Generations ...
 
Welcome to Create New Futures. Every episode, best-selling author and host Aviv Shahar will explore ideas and insights that can awaken and inspire you to the opportunities you have to create new futures for you, your family, your teams, and for your business. Life is too short to not be engaged in fascinating conversations that open, inspire and unleash new ways of thinking and seeing possibilities and beauty. Through Create New Futures, Aviv will engage in conversation with leaders and expe ...
 
In Your Leadership Diamond, Paul Mitchell reveals how in a period of just seven weeks, you can take your leadership to a whole new level. He inspires us to see ourselves as diamonds that just need a little polishing to really shine. You’ll discover simple, practical advice, for time-poor leaders who wish to transform the way they lead at work, at home and in their communities.
 
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We all need a retreat after long, tiring days. In this episode, Adam Quiney and Bay LeBlanc share their experiences on their latest retreat in Costa Rica, specifically in the mountains of La Fortuna. It is always best to travel somewhere new and do work together. One of the benefits of traveling is you get to experience an adventure. Listen as they…
 
Are you responsible for how things went? The way we typically operate or relate to responsibility is that it is a fact. Whether you are responsible or not, there are problems with this approach. Some of the problems are that when responsibility is a fact, then taking responsibility for how things went becomes a fact-finding mission. As a leader, it…
 
Ashley Reichheld & Amelia Dunlop are both passionate leaders within Deloitte Digital. Ashley works as a Principal and Customer & Marketing practice leader, while Amelia is the Chief Experience Officer. Their research is codified in the new book, The Four Factors of Trust : How Organizations Can Earn Lifelong Loyalty , where they offer practical gui…
 
People say, "People will follow not what you say as a leader but what you do." I'm not saying it isn't accurate, but it's incomplete. It is more of, "People will follow not only what you do, but they will follow who you are underneath what you are doing." It is the art of modeling --- Modeling something is the act of showing people through your bei…
 
What do you stand for? Do you stand for something safe, easy, and comfortable? Your stand supports you. It is why you go in a different direction. It might be somewhat comfortable, easy, fun, or safe. --- this is the nature of a stand. Leadership often works with your stand, and without a stand, you will turn into the so-called "default stand." Lis…
 
As a leader, you are either having people be attracted to you or you’re enrolling them in something. The former will create fast yet short-term results while the latter will create long-term and lasting transformational results. In addition, while attraction feels good and appeals to your ego, it’s actually enrolment that really causes people to wa…
 
Part of a leader’s job is to be impeccable. Unfortunately, even some of the most brilliant leaders equate impeccability to perfection. And nothing can be further from the truth. On the contrary, impeccability does not mean you are perfect. In essence, it means you are responsible for your edges, you recognise them when they show up, and you address…
 
On the surface, cults and leaderships can seem very similar. However, when examined closely, it’s easy to see one couldn’t be more different from the other. What’s interesting is many cults often start out well-intentioned. Unfortunately, they often end up sinister because their leaders end up believing they have everything sorted and does not need…
 
Today, we’re exploring how the future reveals itself through creative and innovative business leaders. This is a fantastically disruptive and transformative time. Global institutions and many large businesses have lost credibility and are no longer trusted. So, how can difficult social, environmental, and ecological challenges be solved? Join Aviv …
 
Dr. Chris Ritter, publisher, writer, and editor of www.peopleneedjesus.net, shares his thoughts about the wave of disaffiliating churches happening in the United Methodist Church in America. Chris, who is also the Directing Pastor of Geneseo First United Methodist Church in the Illinois Great Rivers Conference, helps explain what is happening in th…
 
On this week’s mid-week episode, tune in as Adam discusses a variety of topics such as Sneaky strategies for avoidance, Creating more powerful inquiries for yourself, What it means to look at something ontologically, EQ and how it grows, You vs. You, Responsibility as a Stand, rather than a Fact, Flow vs. Resistance, Identity and how we relate to o…
 
At one point or another in their leadership, leaders will most likely encounter the phrase “just the way you are.” While seemingly harmless, this phrase is actually the antithesis of a really powerful and transformative leadership. If you’re a leader who hides behind the excuse it’s just the way you are, you’ll create a leadership that’s dictated b…
 
Have you experienced doing something because you are unwilling not to do it? It is not the same thing as doing something because you want to. It is challenging to choose what you want because you are trained to do what you should do first. So much of leadership has chosen from being something that you should do. As soon as you have something you sh…
 
Why is the shit sandwich shitty? If you do not know, a shit sandwich is a technique of providing feedback when you give people two pieces of bread. It's an idea of couching the true feedback you want to give someone by giving them some complementary feedback, so they don't feel bad. Shit sandwich happens when you relate to what's happening, like a …
 
According to the dictionary, collusion is a secret or illegal cooperation or conspiracy to cheat or deceive others. In transformational leadership, collusion happens between two human beings when one agrees and buys into the other's story. It is getting into the story with them. Collusion is the human tendency to seek agreement with each other, but…
 
Peter Docker is a keynote speaker, facilitator, and author of the book Leading from the Jumpseat . Through his work, Peter enables leaders to unlock their natural talents. He’s focused on leadership that engenders commitment and human connection, an approach that liberates the collective wisdom of teams to generate extraordinary outcomes. Peter ser…
 
The practice of leadership is the practice of leaning into the unknown and being with what is confronting. Being confronted is challenging, and we close, and then as we do our work, we learn to open in the face of the unknown. Imperviousness is becoming detached, disconnecting from reality emotionally and spiritually. You are physically present, bu…
 
In my work with my executive coaching clients, one of the most important aspects of sustainable change and getting into flow is to create daily habits that support our energy and focus. One of those habits that I encourage is daily reflection. The impact of a daily reflection exercise is to connect more deeply with ourselves and what matters. In th…
 
There is a commonly held belief that you are a spiritual being having a human experience. The truth is there is a physical plane of existence with different layers of dimension. These are the physical realm or what we call reality, the bridge realm, which is more like the emotional realm, and the highest is the spiritual realm. Each realm has parti…
 
On this week’s mid-week episode, tune in as Adam discusses a variety of topics such as overwhelm, overcoming apathy, projects and the tangibles you want to create in your life, being okay with the way life is vs. being open to possibility, ownership vs. surrender, living through or for your children, obvious fixes, and more!…
 
Most of you focus on productivity, success, efficiency, and being good at things. You are moving quickly even if you are not relaxed but did you know that our innate pace tends to be measured relax? You have a natural speed at which you can move from closure to openness. Tempo is about the rate at which you are moving through life and is the speed …
 
Our current state of burnout is a call for us to evolve our leadership, individually and collectively. In my work with leaders and their teams, they are increasingly asking for ways to create more trust and connection so people can feel safety in navigating the challenges of disruption. The cause of burnout is lack of connection to ourselves, our i…
 
On this week’s mid-week episode, tune in as Adam discusses a variety of topics such as Tattoos and full-expression, Medicine vs. Drug, Hallucinations vs. Spirit, The Purge, What is Acknowledgement For, Insights through the Medicine, the challenges of integration, detachment and impervious vs. Unattachment and sovereignty, Passion and Apathy, genera…
 
Many teams struggle with burnout, belonging, and breakthrough innovation. Silos, matrix reporting and disconnection get in the way of results. What if we could navigate some of our most important collective challenges by accessing collective flow? I sat down with Dr. Keith Sawyer, author of Group Genius, who is a pre-eminent researcher on this topi…
 
Why and what's next have huge distinctions not just in leadership in organizations but leadership in yourself. "Why" is where you, as a human, put all your focus and attention whenever you are stuck. We want to know why and it is very human to seek understanding. It's a gift, but the trouble is that you use "why" as a reason to stop moving forward.…
 
What does it mean to create a culture of belonging and how do you do it? In this episode Bill is joined by Alida Miranda-Wolf author of Cultures of Belonging - Building Inclusive Organizations That Last . Listen in to learn what it means to create a culture of belonging, why it's important for leaders and organizations, and explore how to begin doi…
 
Faiza Hughell is a go-to market leader, board member, and mentor. She was RingCentral’s Chief Customer Officer and just recently retired from RingCentral after eleven years of an extraordinary ride where her strategic oversight of sales and execution has been a critical driver for RingCentral’s growth from $23M to over $1.5B in annual recurring rev…
 
Most of the leadership advice provides you with the obvious thing to do. It's obvious what you need to do, yet it doesn't seem to work. That's the trap of the obvious fix, it is like clear solutions, but it doesn't seem to change things. It feeds your ego that you feel like having progress and protect you from work that will set you free. Because o…
 
Dr. Andrew White works globally with leaders to understand how they can transcend the internal and external strategic challenges they face to ensure they deliver sustainable high performance. His experience comes from being a Senior Fellow in Management Practice at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford where he works with these leaders by dire…
 
Leadership is about expanding your worldview and frames of reference that allow certain things to be possible and others impossible for you. Worldview is everything you believe to be true and frames of reference are everything you hold to be true about a particular aspect of the world around us. If someone challenges your worldview, you naturally h…
 
One of the starting points of leadership is to admit that there are things you don't know yet and things you don't see. What's challenging in your blind spot is not that you cannot see it but that you cannot see what you cannot see. You want to know a blindspot, but your resistance wins before you start. If you are actively moving towards something…
 
The nature of our beliefs shapes what we do. It also shapes our reality and our reality shapes what we believe. If you believe something as the truth, you take action concerning them. If you believe something is impossible, you don't fully commit yourself to going after it because you believe it is impossible. That instantly impacts your action and…
 
In a world that can feel challenging and disruptive how do we find hope and wisdom? In this episode Bill is joined by Valerie Brown - author, Buddhist-Quaker Dharma teacher, facilitator, leadership coach, professional pilgrim - to discuss her new book, Hope Leans Forward - Braving Your Way Towards Simplicity, Awakening, and Peace. Listen in and hea…
 
People are geared to avoid conflict. If you feel that there is discomfort or you feel that something is not right, people collectively agree not to go near it. Just like a bump in a carpet, it is a thing that you ignore, pretending it's not there and not stepping past it. But did you know that spaces people collectively avoid are problematic in lea…
 
Shaunak Roy is the Founder and CEO of Yellowdig, a community-driven active learning platform with a mission to transform every classroom into an active, social, and experiential learning community. Prior to founding Yellowdig, Shaunak spent a decade advising global companies on technology, strategy, and growth. Today, Aviv and Shaunak share a rich …
 
When something is going on, maybe we are afraid, embarrassed, ashamed or confronted, we tend to hide it. We often try to fix whatever is showing up to us and remove these from the space. These are all excellent approaches until we notice that we are putting more time and weight into overcoming these issues. How do we shift the way it goes? It is th…
 
Auburn University Freshman, David Couch, shares his insights on the future of the church, and the best ways pastors and churches can reach his generation. How can churches reach out to college students? The role of social media: Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. What about traditional v.s. contemporary worship styles. Learn about the ministry of the…
 
There are ten Energetic Laws of Leadership. Energetic Laws of Leadership are like physical laws that hold weight in our life and are the source or reason for our trust. One of these laws that are essential to leadership is hate and judgment. Hate and judgment are the ones that we can't accept on ourselves you will direct it to others. It is also th…
 
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