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Transformational Leadership Series is A Platform under The Leadership Impart Program with TM. This Series is aimed at Bringing to light the Understanding of Leadership in all Spheres of Life (Spiritual,Relationship, Entrepreneurship) from The Kingdom of God's Perspective. This Series will Coach,mentor, develop,discover and nurture the Inherent Gift of Leadership given to Us by God. It Will build you to Be A force that will Impact and influence Your Generations ...
 
The purpose of this podcast is to equip church leaders who are out there every day doing the hard work of bringing change and renewal to churches. Each season we tackle an important topic, and in each episode, we talk to real-world church leaders about their best practices. It's our hope and prayer that these Conversations for Transformation will help you as you do the work of Changing Churches.
 
Welcome to Create New Futures. Every episode, best-selling author and host Aviv Shahar will explore ideas and insights that can awaken and inspire you to the opportunities you have to create new futures for you, your family, your teams, and for your business. Life is too short to not be engaged in fascinating conversations that open, inspire and unleash new ways of thinking and seeing possibilities and beauty. Through Create New Futures, Aviv will engage in conversation with leaders and expe ...
 
In Your Leadership Diamond, Paul Mitchell reveals how in a period of just seven weeks, you can take your leadership to a whole new level. He inspires us to see ourselves as diamonds that just need a little polishing to really shine. You’ll discover simple, practical advice, for time-poor leaders who wish to transform the way they lead at work, at home and in their communities.
 
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Peter Docker is a keynote speaker, facilitator, and author of the book Leading from the Jumpseat . Through his work, Peter enables leaders to unlock their natural talents. He’s focused on leadership that engenders commitment and human connection, an approach that liberates the collective wisdom of teams to generate extraordinary outcomes. Peter ser…
 
In my work with my executive coaching clients, one of the most important aspects of sustainable change and getting into flow is to create daily habits that support our energy and focus. One of those habits that I encourage is daily reflection. The impact of a daily reflection exercise is to connect more deeply with ourselves and what matters. In th…
 
Our current state of burnout is a call for us to evolve our leadership, individually and collectively. In my work with leaders and their teams, they are increasingly asking for ways to create more trust and connection so people can feel safety in navigating the challenges of disruption. The cause of burnout is lack of connection to ourselves, our i…
 
Many teams struggle with burnout, belonging, and breakthrough innovation. Silos, matrix reporting and disconnection get in the way of results. What if we could navigate some of our most important collective challenges by accessing collective flow? I sat down with Dr. Keith Sawyer, author of Group Genius, who is a pre-eminent researcher on this topi…
 
What does it mean to create a culture of belonging and how do you do it? In this episode Bill is joined by Alida Miranda-Wolf author of Cultures of Belonging - Building Inclusive Organizations That Last . Listen in to learn what it means to create a culture of belonging, why it's important for leaders and organizations, and explore how to begin doi…
 
Faiza Hughell is a go-to market leader, board member, and mentor. She was RingCentral’s Chief Customer Officer and just recently retired from RingCentral after eleven years of an extraordinary ride where her strategic oversight of sales and execution has been a critical driver for RingCentral’s growth from $23M to over $1.5B in annual recurring rev…
 
Dr. Andrew White works globally with leaders to understand how they can transcend the internal and external strategic challenges they face to ensure they deliver sustainable high performance. His experience comes from being a Senior Fellow in Management Practice at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford where he works with these leaders by dire…
 
In a world that can feel challenging and disruptive how do we find hope and wisdom? In this episode Bill is joined by Valerie Brown - author, Buddhist-Quaker Dharma teacher, facilitator, leadership coach, professional pilgrim - to discuss her new book, Hope Leans Forward - Braving Your Way Towards Simplicity, Awakening, and Peace. Listen in and hea…
 
Shaunak Roy is the Founder and CEO of Yellowdig, a community-driven active learning platform with a mission to transform every classroom into an active, social, and experiential learning community. Prior to founding Yellowdig, Shaunak spent a decade advising global companies on technology, strategy, and growth. Today, Aviv and Shaunak share a rich …
 
Auburn University Freshman, David Couch, shares his insights on the future of the church, and the best ways pastors and churches can reach his generation. How can churches reach out to college students? The role of social media: Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok. What about traditional v.s. contemporary worship styles. Learn about the ministry of the…
 
What if the most serious personal and global challenges won’t be solved with more thinking or talking? What if human beings have access to deeper forms of intelligence that we have access to only in silence? Justin Zorn and Leigh Marz are the co-authors of the book Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise. Justin Zorn has served as both a m…
 
In times of great uncertainty and change how do you lead yourself so you can lead others and the systems around you? How can you move from surviving to thriving in complexity? In this episode Bill is joined by Carolyn Coughlin and Jennifer Garvey Berger to discuss their new book, Unleash Your Complexity Genius - Growing Your Inner Capacity to Lead …
 
Eddy Badrina is the CEO of Eden Green, a vertical farming company that helps people around the world sustainably grow large amounts of food using less land, water, and energy. Eddy is a purpose-driven leader, focusing on employees, inspirational organizational culture, and the communities he serves. Today, Aviv and Eddy share in an exploration of e…
 
Bryan Collier, Founding and Lead Pastor of The Orchard Church, a multi-site church in Northern Mississippi centered in Tupelo, shares his story of leaving the United Methodist Church (UMC) about five years ago. He and his church, along with a handful of other large-church pastors are forming a new network of former (or soon to be former) UMC church…
 
In this episode, improviser Chelsea Hilend and host Bill Pullen bring a fresh perspective on how the art of Improv can enhance leadership capacity. Listeners will experience the role of "play" and how it can be incorporated into the workplace to improve our ability to be present in the moment, listen deeply, and better connect with our intuition an…
 
Rev. Tom Berlin, of Floris United Methodist Church, shares his viewpoints about the challenges facing the UMC today. Tom has been outspoken in encouraging United Methodist churches to remain within the denomination and advocates for a more inclusive vision for the church. Additionally, Tom shares his insights about how churches can best operate as …
 
Bob Anderson has dedicated his career to exploring the intersections between leadership and personal mastery, and between competence and consciousness. The creator and author of The Leadership Circle Profile, an integrated and innovative leadership assessment tool, Bob is a true pioneer in the field of leadership development and research. Bob is al…
 
Pastor, Professor, and Anthropologist Dr. Derrick Lemons has a simple message for those leading churches into the future. It's not about the latest and the greatest or trying to always find the next best thing. Leading churches into the future will mean understanding and adapting to our contexts and following the timeless message of Jesus.…
 
John Church is a visionary leader who has had an extraordinary career at General Mills, one of the most admired companies in the world. John is an incredibly insightful Executive because he brings this rare capacity to integrate the four zones of executive leadership: the strategy, the operation, the people, and the numbers. He’s able to go deep an…
 
Susan Cain is the author of the bestseller Quiet: The Power of Introverts in A World That Can’t Stop Talking, which has been translated into 40 languages and spent seven years on the New York Times best seller list. Her record-smashing TED talk has been viewed over 40 million times. And her new book Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole…
 
Dr. Len Wilson of Invite Resources and Saint Andrews UMC in Plano Texas discusses the role of creativity and innovation in leading our churches toward the future. Len is the author of over 11 books about creativity, innovation, and technology and has been helping churches around the country for decades.…
 
Mark Carpenter is a speaker, consultant, serial storyteller and the author of Master Storytelling: How to Turn Your Experiences into Stories that Teach, Lead, and Inspire. Mark’s passion is in helping others achieve more of their potential through perspective and guidance. Today, Aviv and Mark engage in a rich discussion on the power of storytellin…
 
Dr. Jeff Greenway, the Senior Pastor of Reynoldsburg United Methodist Church and member of the Transitional Leadership Council of the Global Methodist Church, shares his thoughts about the future of the church. In addition to his comments about the current state of Methodism, Jeff shares his ideas about what pastors should be looking to as we all n…
 
What is body intelligence and what does it have to do with leadership? In this episode, we explore how our bodies collect and store information. If we are able to tap into this rich source of data, we can make better decisions and create a felt sense of connectivity within our relationships, teams, and organizations.…
 
Russell Hudson is a strategist, economist and consultant who is passionate about learning and teaching others with the goal of simplifying the complex. Today, Aviv and Russell reflect on a series of provocative articles Russell recently published on LinkedIn. The articles touch on a variety of topics ranging from work-life balance and identity to T…
 
Hear a great overview of season one all about church staffing. If you'd like to know which episode might interest you the most, start here. Rob and Crystal Couch briefly review each episode and share other insights. Crystal Couch is the Executive Director of the University of South Alabama Wesley Foundation (Methodist Campus Ministry) in Mobile, AL…
 
Philip Hayes, the owner of Max3 Martial Arts, is a small business person who has built an incredible team. Pastors can learn a lot from creative leaders like Philip. In this episode, Philip shares how he overcomes his staffing challenges. You'll learn about his "farm system" of developing talent and the creative ways he rewards his team. You'll pic…
 
Ralf Specht is a visionary business leader and creator of the Soul System, a framework that aligns value-creating employee action with broader corporate strategy through shared understanding and shared purpose. He is the author of Building Corporate Soul: Powering Culture & Success with the Soul System and Beyond the Startup: Sparking Operational I…
 
Rev. Roy Hill, Discipleship Pastor of Dayspring Baptist Church in Mobile, AL shares his insights about building a great staff. You'll learn the role of humility and importance of patience when it comes to building a great staff. He also describes his church's unique leadership structure which has three Lead Pastors. Hear how this arrangement is bei…
 
Host Rob Couch interviews Dr. Bill Allen, Senior Pastor of First United Methodist Church of Canandaigua, NY. Bill has vast experience in both very large and small congregations in areas of Upstate New York. He is also half of a clergy couple. His wife Rev. Kristen Allen and he have served as co-pastors, but currently serve churches in two different…
 
In the complex times in which we live, it is essential that leaders are able to connect and build trust with the people they lead. In this podcast, Daphne Jefferson discusses what it means for leaders to "drop the mask" to tap into aspects of their identities to enhance the way they lead in these challenging times.…
 
Rev. Elvyn Hamilton shares his experiences about church staffing from his church in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. His apostolic leadership at style at Quayle UMC invites staff to innovate and start new things. https://www.facebook.com/QuayleUMC http://www.quaylechurch.org/ Bumper Music was composed, performed, and recorded by David Couch. http://www.chr…
 
This week you'll learn from Dr. Olivia Poole, Senior Pastor of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Enterprise, AL. Among other great insights, you'll learn the best ways to get the word out about open staff positions. You'll also learn some of her tricks of recruiting dynamic young staff and helping them develop into seasoned leaders. You'll also…
 
In this episode host, Dr. Rob Couch interviews Dr. Jeff Chandler, Senior Pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Bakersfield, CA. You'll gain insights about how to bring out the best in church staff and also learn how to let a staff member go gracefully. Podcast bumper music composed, recorded, and produced by David Couch: https://www.youtube.com/ch…
 
Tim Coats is a former Executive at General Mills. After he retired, Tim started publishing a blog entitled, ‘Towards a Life Well Lived,’ where he reflects on the art of increasing joy, meaning and belonging in daily living. Today, Aviv and Tim explore his thoughts and reflections on work, purpose and life’s journey. Tim reflects on what it means to…
 
In our first episode host, Rob Couch interviews Dr. Jay Cooper, Senior Pastor of First United Methodist Church in Montgomery, AL. Dr. Cooper shares how his staff works together to foster an amazing church culture. Also, you'll learn about their college internship program which serves as a great farm system for future new staff. Podcast bumper music…
 
In this episode, sustainability expert Jim Massey inspires us to unleash the potential of people and the planet. We explore the intersection of personal transformation, leading sustainability efforts in organizations, and some surprising ways to set off on your own sustainable journey.Por Georgetown University-Institute for Transformational Leadership
 
This trailer highlights the new "Changing Churches Podcast" that offers wisdom for church leaders. The first episode launches Wednesday, March 9th, 2022, and a new episode will drop every Wednesday for the remainder of the season. Experienced church leaders from around the country will share their wisdom each week about this season's challenging to…
 
Yair Assulin is an award-winning author and thinker who writes a weekly analytical column for one of Israel's leading newspapers, Haaretz, and hosts a radio show at the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation covering the fields of culture, business, politics, and society. In recent years, much of his public writing has focused on the development of a new…
 
During a recent workshop with an executive team, Aviv brought to focus the premise that the currency of leadership is conversation. This is an unlocking idea that Aviv addresses regularly with his clients. What made this occasion different, however, was the new context that emerged. That idea was that a transformational leader must be a conversatio…
 
The great resignation is underway. Employees at all levels are looking for a sense of purpose and growth in their work. In this episode of the Transformational Leadership for Transforming Times podcast, we explore creating a culture where employee development is central to the mission and strategy of the organization with the authors of Conscious, …
 
Mark Horoszowski is the co-founder and CEO of MovingWorlds, an award-winning social enterprise that helps businesses scale their social impact programs by engaging employees in all sorts of profound opportunities. Mark is an RSA Fellow and is a lecturer on corporate social responsibility at The University of Washington Center for Leadership and Soc…
 
Steven Morris is a Brand and Culture Advisor and Speaker and the author of The Beautiful Business. He partners with business leaders to mine, articulate and activate the unique belief systems to create organizational integrity, connected cultures and evolved brands. Today, Aviv and Steven embark on a rich exploration on purpose, and the creativity …
 
Colin Hunter is the Chief Executive Officer of Potential Squared, an organization whose purpose is to create a global playground that disrupts the way people collaborate and lead. They teach organizations how to build a workplace culture that is less like a classroom and is more like a playground, a place filled with opportunities to take risks and…
 
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