Paul Angone and I sit down and talk about Millennials, what makes them tick, what ticks them off and how to mentor them well. Paul is an expert on the Millennial generation and his new book 101 Questions You Need to Ask in your Twenties (and Let's Be Honest, Your Thirties Too.
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Dr. Quentin Schultze sits down and talks with me about how to communicate as a servant leader. He opens up about his own life as a communicator and we dive deep into interpersonal communication.
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Dr. Jason Baxter, professor at Wyoming Catholic College and author of A Beginner's Guide to Dante's 'Divine Comedy' and Falling Inward: Humanities in the Age of Technology, talks about leadership lessons we can learn from this classic trilogy.
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Dan Stanford, pastor and author of the book "Losing the Cape: The Power of Ordinary in a World of Superheroes" talks with me about being what truly heroic leadership looks like for pastors, being present with people, and dealing with suffering in our lives.
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Dr. Gary Runn (Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives for CRU) talks about his research into the biblical models and metaphors for leadership and how leaders can finish their ministries strong.
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