At times there are problems or challenges in our leadership that we can’t seem to overcome. The answer might just be in the people God has placed around you. Today, Richard and Sam discuss the power of divine connections.
He grew up on a farm in Michigan and went on to become one of the wealthiest people in the world. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of famed business magnate Henry Ford.
Storytelling is the oldest form of communication. Why are stories so powerful? They engage people’s emotions as well as their mind. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss why leaders must be good storytellers.
Pain is a powerful sensation. It can motivate positive change, but it can also push people past their breaking point. Leaders must always be sensitive to the level of pain they are inflicting on their followers. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the importance of recognizing people’s pain thresholds as well as the three primary causes of pain: change, interventions, and conflict.
There is a fine line between being a hands-on manager and a micromanager. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the dangers and pitfalls of micromanagement.
What makes some people so spectacularly successful at thinking of new ideas, selling products, or starting global movements? In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the fascinating book “Originals: How Non-Conformists Rule the World” by Adam Grant.
There is a difference between leading followers and leading leaders. King Davis was a leader of leaders. This week, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can guide those around them to become mighty leaders.
Given the choice, is it better to take a position over from a successful leader or from an unsuccessful leader? Following in the footsteps of a great leader can be intimidating. On the other hand, bad leaders often leave big messes behind for their successors to address. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the challenges leaders experience when they step into their predecessors’ shoes.
In this episode, Richard and Sam tackle an important question submitted by podcast listener Braydon: “How can a leader live a balanced life of work and home?”
He was a frail child with severe asthma, bad eyesight, and an irritating voice. He went on to become one of the most highly esteemed American presidents of all time. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Theodore Roosevelt.