How to lead and influence by following the greatest leadership role model of all time, Jesus. Practical and insightful interviews with experts and thought leaders.
Meet Rich Cummins: Our New President and CEO
Rich Cummins was selected as the new President/CEO of Lead Like Jesus and began this new calling November 2, 2020. With more than twenty years of senior leadership and c-suite experience, Rich is a life long learner who is passionate about developing people and organizations while cultivating a culture built on relationships, service, and excellence.
Making Disciples in Every Vocation with Dave Buehring
Dave Buehring is the Founder and President of Lionshare, a ministry that aims to co-mission with Jesus in fulfilling His Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) by igniting and equipping disciple-makers within the Church and throughout the vocations where believers work. In this episode of Leadership Conversations, Dave shares his heart about incredible things that happen when followers of Jesus view their vocations through the lens of the Great Commission. When that happens the result is the transformation of people and societies because those who embrace this truth go beyond the knowledge that their faith should impact their work and focus on making disciples among those who share their vocation.
The Legacy of Absence Part 1
Tim Olson is an author, educator, pastor, and life coach. His understanding of father-child relationships was fostered through years of observation and application as a teacher and Principal, a coach to clients around the world, and working with the National Fathering Ministry in Minnesota and Ukraine. Through it all, he’s found his way to helping others to discover who they are meant to be. In Part 1 Tim is outlining workplace-related issues cause by either poor father-child relationships or by absentee fathers. He also gives a 7-step approach to dealing with workplace anger, conflict, or passive-aggressive behaviors.
Applying The Leadership Model of Jesus: Part 1
Leadership lessons are most effective when they are “caught,” as opposed to simply being “taught.” Greg Fisher, Content Director for the Global Teen Challenge is one of those leaders who not only embraced the leadership model of Jesus personally but is implementing it throughout his place of work. Here is part one of our interview with Greg where he shares ways he is practically living our the model of leading like Jesus.
John Sparks: Is Jesus' Leadership Model Relevant TODAY?
Is Jesus' leadership model relevant to us today? Can we apply His ways of leading, influencing, equipping, and empowering others in today's workplaces? We tackle this question and more with John Sparks, Senior Director of Shared Services at World Vision International. With vast experience in the military, corporate America, and faith-based nonprofit, John helps us consider this question from all of those angles.
Leadership Legacy: Sheryl Giesbrecht Turner
Want to multiply your impact? Leave a lasting legacy. Legacy is defined as "leaders’ lasting value which is measured by succession.” Author, Teacher and Speaker Sheryl Giesbrecht Turner talks about characteristics we can observe in leaders who prioritize the legacy of leadership. She also addresses why most leaders struggle with positioning their organizations to do great things without them.
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Grateful to listen to Part 1 of Healthy vs Unhealthy Heart. Leaves me thinking of our hearts as an additional sense, (in addition to our 5 physical senses) — let’s get entrepreneurial with our hearts. Thank you, Phyllis and Karin:-)
Wow! I love the advice and truth in this podcast. Great interviews, advice, and perspectives. Between this podcast and Andy Stanley's leadership podcast I have not only received tools to grow my relationship with my employees, friends and my family but most importantly I have received the gift of how vital it is to have Jesus front and center in every aspect of my life. I am so excited for and look forward to everything I soak in from theses teachers! Thank you all so very much!
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