CNLP 465: Tim Elmore on Why Leadership is So Much More Challenging Than It Used to Be, the Lasting Impact of Crisis, and Paradoxical Leadership

Is leadership actually harder than it used to be? Bestselling author, Tim Elmore, says yes. He explains why and shares how meeting the needs of the next generation in the workplace is going to require a more complex skillset. Tim also explores confidence and humility in leadership and what happens when leaders set standards that…

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CNLP 430: Amy Edmondson on How to Create a Psychologically-Safe Workplace and What to Do if You Don’t Work in One

Harvard Business School Professor and renowned business expert, Amy Edmondson, talks about the growing link between psychological safety at work and the results that high-performing teams accomplish. She details what psychological safety is, how to create a psychologically-safe workplace, and what to do if you don’t have one. Welcome to Episode 430 of the podcast. Listen…

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Think Again: Why Religion is Good for Us

Today’s post is written by Mark Clark. Mark is Senior Pastor of Village Church in Vancouver, a close friend, and co-creator of our courses The Art of Better Reaching and The Art of Better Preaching.   Religious people live, on average, seven years longer than non-religious people. “Hold on, what?” you might be saying. Fair enough.…

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CNLP 407: John Maxwell on How to Develop Next Generation Leaders, When to Step Back, and What You Can Learn About People from Playing Golf and Eating at Buffets

Leadership expert, John Maxwell, talks about how to develop next generation leaders before they’re ready, how and when to hand things off, and what playing golf and eating at buffets can teach you about who people really are. Welcome to Episode 407 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the…

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CNLP 396: David Salyers on How Chick-fil-A Grew During a Pandemic, How to Add Value That 10x Results and Why Sales are as Controllable as Costs

David Salyers started the marketing department at Chick-fil-A when he was 21-years-old. He explains how he discovered that sales were as controllable as costs, how Chick-fil-A adds value to customers and suppliers, how to add value that produces 10x results, and how to create a job you don’t want to retire from. Welcome to Episode…

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CNLP 394: Hannah Brencher on the Future of Digital and Physical Church with Millennials, Being an Online Influencer and Giving A TED Talk at Age 24

Hannah Brencher’s first public speaking event was a TED Talk in NYC when she was 24. Fast forward a few years, and Hannah reflects on what she’s learned as a communicator, Millennials and their addiction to platform, and the future of what her generation wants in digital and physical interaction. Welcome to Episode 394 of…

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