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8 Tips for Encouraging a Reluctant Leader

Who are the leaders or potential leaders around you who are reluctant to take on the role of “leader” or who are reluctantly in the role and might need a little support? We all know them. They are not sure they want to be the leader because they feel under-qualified, under-prepared, introverted, or may have

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Make Leaders Great Again

At a time when we are about to elect our next President and we’re faced with polarizing options to choose from, it is about time we get real about leaders. Take a look at the most popular leadership theories, books, and magazine articles out there. It doesn’t matter whether it’s about leading in business, in

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Leaders Developing Leaders: A Revolution of Love

On my second trip to the outer rim of India, I continue to learn so much about the power of love and the threat it poses to each of us, and to our cultures. A recent graduate from Immanuel University here is providing graduate education to those on the margins of the caste system is now

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Why Is Bad Bobby At GC15?

My story begins with a confession and an aha moment. First, the confession. My name is Rob, I am an adult, I am a fourth generation son of the Free Methodist family committed to developing leaders across the church and beyond, and I play video games. The fact is that my understanding of video games

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The Beautiful Leadership Controversy

Below is my commencement address to the second graduating class from Immanuel University. I am so proud of these students. Most of them are Dalits in India. Their unbelievable achievement is that of finishing an MBA in a culture where they are considered untouchable and those who are not low in the caste system, but

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