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Over the Shoulder and Through the Heart

Over the Shoulder and Through the Heart

Steve Garber of the Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation and Culture talks about the importance of mentors letting young leaders observe the mentor in action, try their hand at he work, and then make it their own....

Built Into Our DNA

Built Into Our DNA

Tod Bolsinger of Fuller Theological Seminary talks about the need for intentionality in developing new leaders. While it is necessary for a leader to possess certain skills, equally important is a leader’s ability to develop the generation of leaders who will follow....

Looking Under Rocks

Looking Under Rocks

Annie Jones-Barnes of Northwest Leadership Foundation believes we must search anywhere and everywhere to discover new leaders. Traditional models of leadership development do not necessary find leaders who bring true transformation....

Transforming a City

Transforming a City

Patricia Talton, President of Northwest Leadership Foundation, talks about the leadership needed to transform cities. Giving future leaders the opportunity to practice their leadership will help strengthen our cities. Different models of leadership are needed to help cities thrive....

Developing the Future

Developing the Future

Rich Stearns, President of World Vision, makes the case for succession planning and “developing the bench”—cultivating people who are ready to step into leadership when needed. Younger leaders need challenges to grow and be prepared for the future....

Transitional Leadership

Transitional Leadership

Mark Labberton, President of Fuller Theological Seminary, argues that every leader is a transitional leader. Focusing on developing the next generation of leaders—those who will follow you—is a necessary part of every leader’s responsibility....