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Who Will Teach Leadership

Who Will Teach Leadership?

Rich Stearns, President of World Vision, argues that everyone is responsible for developing leaders, and taking an active interest in young leaders. Leading by example is vital in addition to more traditional forms of teaching....

To Listen is to Learn

To Listen is to Learn

Celeste Cranston of Seattle Pacific University discusses the importance of leaders being willing to learn. Being open to a diverse range of voices and narratives helps leaders grow....

Mako Fujimura - Empathy

Empathy

World renowned artist and director of the Fuller Brehm Center, Mako Fujimura discusses the critical need for learning empathy. Using metaphors of sports and performing arts, Fujimura points out that empathy is one of the most critical characteristics of a leader....

Nurturing Talents

Nurturing Talents

Mako Fujimura of Fuller Theological Seminary discusses the need to steward young leaders’ talents. This involves nurture and providing opportunities for growth, even when such growth leads in unexpected ways....

Kohl Creelius - Passing the Torch

Passing the Torch

Kohl Crecelius, CEO of Krochet Kids International, argues that the organization a leader leaves behind is as or more important than that leader’s individual successes. Being prepared to hand leadership to those who come after is "the most graceful thing we can do."...

The Power of Relationships

The Power of Relationships

Patricia Talton, President of Northwest Leadership Foundation, says that building deep and real relationships is a foundation on which developing leadership can succeed. Mutual trust is necessary, as is caring for people in the long run as they discover their own strengths....