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Five to ten minute reflections and explorations of leadership topics most relevant to leaders of Lutheran educational ministries. The principles covered in these brief podcasts will highlight new thoughts for your professional development, while also reinforcing and reminding you of truisms you never want to lose touch with, to be the leader you've been created to be! Brought to you as a service and support from the Education Services Department of the Northwest District - LCMS. Continue Reading >>
Five to ten minute reflections and explorations of leadership topics most relevant to leaders of Lutheran educational ministries. The principles covered in these brief podcasts will highlight new thoughts for your professional development, while also reinforcing and reminding you of truisms you never want to lose touch with, to be the leader you've been created to be! Brought to you as a service and support from the Education Services Department of the Northwest District - LCMS. << Show Less
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Episode 2: Avoiding Drain Working with people can be complex. Adults can have just as much difficulty playing nice together as preschoolers. It's a leader's responsibility to remain sensitive to the climate, and to step in and help when things turn towards the toxic. Let's discuss.Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
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Episode 2: Avoiding Drain Working with people can be complex. Adults can have just as much difficulty playing nice together as preschoolers. It's a leader's responsibility to remain sensitive to the climate, and to step in and help when things turn towards the toxic. Let's discuss.Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 1: The Best Leaders Utilize the Help of Others Sure, you are a capable, effective individual. That's part of how you ended up in leadership. But producing as an island, needing no one else, is NOT what leadership is about. Let's explore.Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 40: Connecting Your Cart to the Right Horse What is driving you? What do people see in our leadership? Is it helping convey what you'd hope? Perhaps you need to hitch your leadership wagon to something new. Let's explore.
Episode 39: The Intentional Extrovert Extroverted. Introverted. Which are you? How does it impact your leadership? Let's dig into these concepts just a bit today.Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 38: The Gift of Encouragement How often do you intentionally encourage those around you? You have a real opportunity to make a difference with some well placed words. Let's talk about some ways to encourage the different people in your circle of influence.Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 37: Someone Has to Do It The person driving the bus gets to make the decisions. Are you ready for that? Are you willing? Let's talk about this!Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 36: Giving Trust Wisely How do you trust, as a leader? Are you too trusting? Too hesitant to trust? Is trust even needed? Let's explore!Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 35: Reining in the Ego Leaders need to be confident, to believe in themselves. Can you be too confident? How can you tell? What can you do? This is our conversation.Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
Episode 34: Fixing Proactively Stuff happens. And when it does, it's got to be addressed. You can't just let problems sit there, ignored - they can grow and grow, even bring your ministry down! But HOW you address them makes a world of difference, to avoid letting such urgent issues become all-consuming. Let's explore...Help me spread the word of this Podcast by rating it on Apple Podcast or wherever you listen to your podcast content. Consider writing a review. And feel free to share this with others you think might benefit! Have suggestions for future Leadership Podcast episodes? Let me know. Email ideas to JimS@nowlcms.org.
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