Listen as David Terry shares his views on accountability, values, and how mission and purpose go hand in hand together in our personal and professional lives!
Take a look at how accountability is around us everyday and how it effects our everyday life. Accountability is a fundamental element of life! Learn how you can apply it today!
Listen as Sam shares on why so many people struggle with being accountable. There’s a lot learn about what happens when we aren’t accountable!
When leadership is indecisive it has a profound effect on the people they lead. Leaders want their employees to bring innovative new ideas and possibilities to the table. The ability to consistently receive those new ideas is based on the consistency that leadership takes in encouraging and embracing the new ideas. If ideas are evaluated and then pursued or evaluated and a decision is made to not pursue the idea now or in the future that is fine. It is when leadership starts and stops implementing ideas and initiatives that indecision is exhibited by leadership and felt by the team.
Here’s part three of Pastor Scott Johnson talking about how not making exceptions is an important part of life.
Listen as Sam talks about why some people struggle to be accountable and others don’t!
Here’s part two of Pastor Scott Johnson talking about how not making exceptions is an important part of life.
Some of my greatest moments in my life are remembered in songs. Some songs have a great beat that gets you tapping your feet every time you hear it. Another song might remind you of an event, a time and place, or someone very special to you. Music can make you laugh, cry and fall in love. I do not think I have ever met anyone who music has not had an effect on their lives at some point and time.
Leaders are like music. They have the ability to affect our lives in ways we never stop to think about. They have the power to shape our lives for success or failure. We always remember when we were led by a great leader.
Leaders set the tone in their organization and, like a great band director or conductor; through the values, they know how to create a flow in their organization that leads to success.
Listen as my friend Pastor Scott Johnson shares about how not making exceptions can effect your faith and personal life!
As a kid I can remember playing the game follow the leader. I always wanted to be the leader because the leader determined where we were going and what we were doing. The object of the game was unless you were the leader you had to do exactly what the leader did. In any organization, be it government, business or not-for-profit, what the leader does the people will follow.
Everything rises and falls on leadership. You don’t lead things, you lead people. If the leadership sets a standard of being a good steward of resources, then the people will be a good steward of the resources. If the president of the United States is loose with government resources than his cabinet members will follow.