In this episode of the GLS Podcast, Patrick compares “smart” vs. “healthy” organizations, making the case that organizational health is the greatest competitive advantage in business. He then unpacks the four disciplines necessary to building organizational health.
A popular segment of The Global Leadership Summit, Grander Vision features inspirational stories of ordinary leaders who live out their faith in extraordinary ways. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, Jeff Lockyer interviews Bill Hybels on the topic of calling and vocation by reflecting on two of these stories – fighter pilot instructor, Lt. Col. Mark Schmidt and Nigerian businesswoman, Ibukun Awosika.
Sheila Heen’s excellent talk unpacks the challenges and opportunities we face when we receive feedback. She identifies three different kinds of feedback: appreciation, coaching and evaluation, and describes how clarity in understanding the kind of feedback we receive helps us understand it more easily.
One of the most impactful sessions at the 2016 Global Leadership Summit was given by researcher Dr. Travis Bradberry, author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, Executive Pastor Heather Larson, interviews Bill Hybels about how he is working to build the emotional intelligence (EQ) muscle on the staff at Willow Creek Community Church.
In this practical leadership message, Craig Groeschel describes strategies for how both older and younger leaders can interact in more productive ways in the workplace. He encourages older leaders to invest in the younger generation. At the same time, he urges younger leaders to intentionally honor those who have gone before them.
At the 2016 Global Leadership Summit, Bill Hybels’ interview with Bishop T.D. Jakes included keen insights on the challenges of racial reconciliation. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, Executive Pastor Heather Larson interviews Bill Hybels about how he is working to build a multicultural community at Willow Creek Community Church.
We encounter different kinds of people as we steward our leadership visions. Using language from ancient wisdom literature, Dr. Henry Cloud categorizes them as wise, foolish and evil. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, Henry describes the characteristics of each type and gives us practical strategies for how to lead each one more effectively.
At the 2016 Global Leadership Summit, John C. Maxwell delivered a compelling talk about valuing people. In this episode of the GLS Podcast, listen to Jeff Lockyer interview Bill Hybels about how he applies “Adding Value to People” in his own leadership.
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