In this episode, we talk with Chuck Lawless, a noted conference leader and author who is the dean of graduate studies and ministry centers at Southeastern Seminary in Wake Forest, NC.Continue Reading …
The quadrennial celebration of summer olympics is in full swing. Ryan and Phillip talk about the amazing feats that they’ve seen during these games. Continue Reading …
In the wake of all the turmoil around the country and around the world, a leadership crisis has presented itself. Continue Reading …
There once were churches. Then Denominational Churches. Mainline Churches. Traditional Churches. Evangelical Churches. House Churches. After that Seeker-Sensitive Churches. Traditional Churches. Mainline Churches. Seeker-Friendly Churches. Purpose-Driven Churches. Emerging Churches. Missional Churches. Gospel-Centered Churches.Continue Reading …
Andy Stanley says:
“We value integrity but we follow clarity.”
“Clarity trumps integrity every time.”
“We follow those who are clear about what the future looks like.”
Is he right? Could this explain why the US has nominated (presumptively, of course) the two most untrustworthy party nominees in American history? Does this explain Adolph Hitler?
A contemporary implementation of public vision is filled with drama and production. It is soundbite tv. It is content for the masses and for time-starved people. And yes, people will forgive someone who expresses a clear, compelling, portable, concise and repeatable vision.
In this episode of enNovo radio, we talk about this. I also define the importance of someone with great credibility and integrity who can communicate a powerful vision that engages the heart of those who hear it.
Are Millennials the worst generation in history? Is the future of the country and the church in capable hands?Continue Reading …
I am a huge Alabama football fan. I was born and raised in Alabama and it is home for me.
Recently, I had the opportunity to hear Alabama football coach Nick Saban speak at a leadership conference, and while he may not have been as clear as Andy Stanley was (he spoke at the same conference), Coach Saban did a great job.
Coach Saban, regardless of how you feel about Alabama as a team, is a great coach and a great leader, and he shared his definition of leadership. He said that leadership was “helping another for their benefit.” Leadership for him is highly relational and highly intentional. And that’s what I talk about on this episode of enNovo Radio.
PS: If you can get the audio or video from Leadercast 2016, it would be worth your time and money.
Leadership is the process whereby we help a person or organization transform their identity. And Nancy Duarte helped me see that.
Nancy Duarte is an expert in presentation design and principal of Duarte, Inc, where she is the CEO. Nancy speaks around the world, seeking to improve the power of public presentations. She is the author of Slide:ology: The Art and Science of Creating Great Presentations as well as Resonate: Present Visual Stories that Transform Audiences. Nancy’s new book is called Illuminate: Ignite Change Through Speeches, Stories, Ceremonies, and Symbols.
In this podcast, I explain my understanding of Leadership as identity formation.