Some battles are not worth fighting. We have all heard this expression, but how can we tell which ones do require our attention? This week's blog will help you in the battle to pick your battles!
Check out the radical impact a filmmaker and journalist had when they were able to turn their great vision into a reality. It all started with just a bit of clear communication.
Do you have a hard time making decisions? Here is a list of seven practices that can be helpful to accelerate and improve your process of making decisions!
When everyone is given permission to influence and execute the vision, leadership scales and explosive growth is possible. Here are three essential practices of scalability.
There are three types of team members: dissatisfied, satisfied, and loyal. Check out these five leadership practices to attract and maintain a loyal team.
Leaders set others up for success by creating an environment where people want to succeed and strive to do their best. Check out these seven ways to lead others to success.
Are you burdened today? Burdens provide passion for a vision to be achieved. What would you attempt for God if you knew you would not fail?
Do you see a NEED in the world? Seek the Lord in prayer to develop a solution and to share His vision of His Kingdom on Earth.
Remember the LONE RANGER, saving the day and riding off into the sunset? Find out why this is nice for television, but NOT for becoming a God-inspired, visionary leader.
When we have a vision given by God, and we need to assemble the best team to accomplish that vision, what are some things we may look for? Check out this list as a guide to build your dream team.
Meet Kamal, who despite his upbringing found Christ in the mist of his pain through a Regional Conference. Do you have a testimony to share from a conference? Share it with us!
Great leaders lead great people, but this doesn’t mean they only select the best. Successful leaders set others up for success. Are you leading well?
As a young adult, Roni struggled to find direction for her life; but after attending an ILI History Makers Journey, she now refuses to live randomly. Check out how God empowered this bold young woman to be the visionary leader He has called her to be!
When things don't go as planned, the questions we ask could determine the outcome of our situation. While some questions are conducive in a crisis, some only make matters worse. What are good questions to ask when things go wrong?
There is a time to hold a conference and a time to respond to a crisis. When we truly have a Passion for the Harvest, we find that training leaders is not limited to a classroom.
“Leadership is one of the most observed and least understood phenomena on earth.” These words by leadership guru, George McGregor Burns, still echo in my mind more than a decade after I first read them. A quick search on Amazon.com for books on leadership brings up 232,882 results! How many of these books do you think you could actually read in your lifetime?
Suppose you board an airplane for a nine-hour transatlantic flight with three hundred other souls. After the usual announcements about stowing your luggage and fastening your seat belts, the captain comes on the speaker, “Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain. Today we will try to fly this plane all the way to Paris.” I don’t know about you, but if I heard such an uncertain announcement from the highest ranking leader on that airplane, I'm pretty sure I would get off and catch the next flight.
Seventeen — the age when life-changing decisions are made. This was especially true for Brian, a young Christian man who was trying to figure out what to do with the rest of his life. It all became clear when Brian walked into a Christian coffee house and was deeply touched by the large mural on one of the walls. In this mural, repeated many times, were the words of Ecclesiastes 12:1...
Part of my job includes a lot of international travel. This means long hours on airplanes, including take-off, landings, turbulence, smooth sailing, and sometimes, bad food. Just a couple days ago, I returned to the US from Brazil. As the plane climbed up through heavy thunderstorms and some of the worst turbulence I have ever experienced, I started thinking how visionary leadership is like flying an airplane.