This episode serves as a “bookend” to this show, as I am taking a break from new shows. Lately, I have been feeling a bit dry on the show and am running out of ideas. I am very happy with the last series of episodes on the 10 Essential Skills Every New Leader Must Master, based on the word L.E.A.D.E.R. I am going to be focussing for now on writing, speaking, and mentoring other leaders. I don’t know when new episodes will start, but if you stay subscribed new episodes will just pop into your feed once I start back up.
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In today’s show, I am going to look over this ten part series and want to ask you the question: Which meant the most to you? What was your most helpful concept? Please go the hansfinzel.com/engage and let me know! (more…)
For the last few months, we have been going through a great series on the 10 leadership skills every new leader must master. Each of these episodes stands on its own as a leadership skill, however if you would like to start from the beginning, check out episode 63. Also, if you have not listened to part 1 of this last letter of “leadership,” I recommend you listen to episode 72.
In this episode I cover:
- Why should they follow you?
- What’s more important in leadership: to make a mark, or leave a legacy?
This is the last letter in our 10 part series on the ten skills every new leader must matter, but it is not the last episode. I have so much on this it is going to be two shows.
The Mistake of Focusing on Your Gifting
I would like you to meet Richard. Perhaps you can relate to his early failure as a budding leader. Richard is young, sharp, tall, gifted and has a lot of natural charisma. Growing up, he always fell naturally into leadership. Now as a young adult and committed to Christ, he aspires to be a leader for God. Richard feels that God endowed him with a lot of natural leadership ability, so he honed them by graduating from college and then going through grad school. He graduated from a premier seminary and is now at the end of his second year of his first ministry assignment. (more…)
Thanks for giving me some of your favorite leadership quotes. Just go to this link to fill in your contribution. hansfinel.com/engage