Episode 13: The Picture of Leadership (Part 1)

Leaders have the privilege and responsibility to choose the vision of the organization. That’s what John discusses in the first episode of a new, three-part series we’re calling The Picture of Leadership.

Throughout this series, John will dive into the “4 Cs” of leadership and provide a clear picture of what great leadership looks like. This week is all about how leaders choose.

If you’ve ever struggled with finding a clear vision for your organization, or if you have a difficult time leading your team to own that vision, John’s teaching will be especially helpful to you.

According to John, your ability to take the vision from “me to we” defines you as a leader. In this episode, Mark and Richard examine their experiences with this teaching as they’ve led their teams to hold the organization’s vision.

Our BONUS resource for this series is the Picture of Leadership Worksheet, which includes fill-in-the-blank notes from John’s teaching. You can download the worksheet by clicking “Download the Bonus Resource” below.

12 thoughts on “Episode 13: The Picture of Leadership (Part 1)”

  1. Help me realize some areas that I’m doing and others that I’m not doing at all. Great tools on how to stay a great leader and how not to lose traction. Looking forward to the rest of the series. On not just what i should look like but on how to and what to look for in choosing my team. Not to just choose team members but team leaders.

  2. Great stuff! I liked what Mark said at the end of the audio about, “Modeling”. Baby, are we walking the talk!?

  3. Wow, it really great and worth it listening. Thank you very much, i will apply it in my group. God bless the work of your hands!

  4. Great eye opening on the idea of The Law of Magnetism, if an organization doesn’t like who they are attracting they may need to look at themselves and see how they need to change in order to attract those who they want to attract.

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