He was diminutive with a weak constitution and poor eyesight, but he changed the moral landscape of the world forever. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of the famed abolitionist William Wilberforce. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: “Amazing Grace: William Wilberforce and the Heroic Campaign to End Slavery” by Eric…

Everyone experiences insecurity from time to time. In this week’s episode, Richard and Sam discuss the signs of insecurity in leaders and some strategies they can use to overcome it. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: “Spiritual Leadership Coaching” by Richard Blackaby and Bob Royall. Find it here. Use promocode PODCAST to receive an extra 10%…

De Pree is something of a leadership philosopher. He ran a successful company, learned from his experience, and has plenty of wisdom to share with others. In this month’s book review episode, Richard and Sam discuss some main points from three of De Pree’s bestselling leadership books. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE “Leadership Jazz: Essential…

Simply working hard or being likeable is not a leader’s goal. Leaders get results. In this week’s episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can stay results focused. CONNECT Follow Richard on Twitter. Follow Richard on Facebook. Read Richard’s latest blog posts at www.richardblackaby.com Send questions to podcast@blackaby.org.

If leaders really want to take their leadership to the next level, they need to learn how to process. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss examples from Jesus’ life that demonstrate the power of processing. CONNECT Follow Richard on Twitter. Follow Richard on Facebook. Read Richard’s latest blog posts at www.richardblackaby.com Send questions to…

Time is a person’s most valuable resource. Though leaders might assume they manage their time wisely, they can easily mistake busyness for productivity. In this week’s episode, Richard and Sam discuss numerous ways leaders can reclaim wasted time. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE “Boundaries: When to Say Yes, How to Say No to Take Control…

He is a mixed bag, a bundle of contradictions. He faced demons from his past while reaching heights no one else had. He grew up in poverty and ultimately became the wealthiest person in the world. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of John D. Rockefeller. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS…

There is a difference between getting things done and getting the right things done. This week, Richard and Sam discuss the classic leadership book “The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done” by Peter Drucker. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE “The Effective Executive: The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things…

Warren Bennis made this famous distinction: managers do things right; leaders do the right things. Leaders are in charge of the organization’s vision. But they cannot achieve that vision without the help of good managers. In episode 18, Richard and Sam discuss the crucial role managers play in an organization and the important lessons leaders…

When leaders stop growing, they die. In episode 17, Richard and Sam discuss several reasons leaders might grow stale and some practical steps they can take to keep their leadership skills vibrant and fresh. SOCIAL MEDIA Follow Richard on Twitter. Follow Richard on Facebook. RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE “Spiritual Leadership: Moving People onto God’s…

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