093 Ty Bennett on relevant leadership

Ty Bennett built a booming business doing $25 million a year in sales when he was in his twenties. But he felt God calling him to something else, even if it meant less dollar signs and more time on the road. He chats with Leary and Armin about his career transition and what relevant leadership looks like in today’s world.

077 Sangram Vajre on leading by influence

Sangram Vajre became a marketer by chance and then went on to lead the marketing department of a 10 billion dollar company before leaving to start something new. He chats with Leary and Armin on how not only did his career change when he became an entrepreneur, but how finding God changed his leadership style as well.

076 Don Barden on authentic servant leadership

Don Barden has a different model of leadership: He wants the people following him to leave him. It sounds different, and that’s because it is. Don wants to give everyone a chance to learn who they are and what they contribute to the world, and then he wants to equip them to go and serve God in their one unique capacity. Don chats with Leary and Armin about this model, reminding us all the servant leadership is hard, but it’s worth working toward.

073 Danita Bye on why millennials matter

Danita Bye was planning to write a book, just not the one that ended up being written! After speaking with her 23-year-old son following a leadership conference he attended, she felt compelled to explore what leading Millennials looked like --- and what it should look like instead.

072 John Turnipseed on how I went from leading gangs to leading dads

John Turnipseed used to lead a gang of 300 or more in Minneapolis, a gang with a reputation big enough and bad enough to have the National Guard called in against them. Now, he’s living a completely different story. The campus pastor and executive vice president at Urban Ventures, John takes his passion for fathering and uses it to minister to men and their families.

071 Gigi Marvin on the time to act

Gigi Marvin is an expert at taking action. A professional hockey player and three-time Olympic medalist, Gigi helped Team USA win gold earlier this year at the 2018 Olympics. But that rise to the top almost didn’t happen. Just months before the games, Gigi and her teammates chose to take a stand and demand action in regards to the state of women’s hockey across the country. She chats with Leary and Armin about the courage it took, and why acting was the only thing they could do.

056 Chris Mefford on how to create a bold team

Can we create teams that help us reach our bold idea? Chris Mefford knows we can. Chris has taken departments that nobody wanted to work with and turned them into the departments that everyone wanted to be connected to. He talks with Leary and Armin about how radical transparency helped him get there.

034 Ron Edmondson on the myths of leadership

Ron Edmondson has a unique perspective on church leadership, because he wasn’t always a part of it. This former business-owner-turned-lead pastor shares seven myths of leadership with Leary and Armin, and what it means to be an effective leader or manager in God’s kingdom, and why the church isn’t a business---but could take some lessons from the business world.

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