Leadership

Holistic Leadership Development

Leadership - Logan LeadershipYou want to develop leaders who will do what Jesus called us to do, leaders who can take the church forward into the 21st century. You look to the fields and see them, as Jesus does, ready for harvest — and you know that’s where your ministry needs to concentrate.

What’s needed is holistic leadership development — the kind of leadership development that comes from the harvest and leads people back into the harvest, resulting in subsequent generations of new believers and new leaders living as Jesus called us to live.

We can help you develop leaders the kind of leaders you need in a way that is both relational and intentional… and ultimately effective in helping your church accomplish its mission.

Supernatural Leadership

Supernatural Leadership

As leaders, how do we engage with the supernatural? How do we process it when we see something that we think might be supernatural? Or when we desperately want something supernatural to happen and we just aren’t seeing it? As we lead and disciple others, how do we...

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Leadership Principles vs. Methodology

Leadership Principles vs. Methodology

Leadership methods, approaches, and styles change. Strategies differ depending on the seasons, persons, and/or context. New books pop up on leadership and leadership in ministry constantly but some books stand the test of time. These books are classics because they...

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Empowering others

Empowering others

You have developed a training system that has been tested and works and you are now ready to move on to the third and final step: empowering others. In this way, the replication doesn’t end with you. You train others, who train others, who go on to train others… and...

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Design a process that works

Design a process that works

You have perfected a secret sauce that has been the key to your success. What is the best way to share this key to propel others to similar success? Last week, we examined how to do a deeper dive into your own past experiences and learnings to identify and crystalize...

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Discern the core principles from your experience

Discern the core principles from your experience

You want to make a difference. Your experience can help others. However, you don't want to create little clones of yourself, you want to empower others to have their own experience and live into who God created them to be. Discerning the core principles from your own...

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Translating Your Experience to Magnify Your Impact

Translating Your Experience to Magnify Your Impact

I recently taught a live one-hour webinar for a group of graduate students who have some type of experience or learning in a particular area that they want to pass on to others. They want to help others learn how to do what they have done. It's a matter of translating...

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How to continue supporting your seasoned leaders

How to continue supporting your seasoned leaders

Often when we have invested in developing leadership and they have demonstrated a particular level of competency, we consider them finished. They are now leaders and can go lead. Yet continued—and targeted—investment in your seasoned leaders can help keep them growing...

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New resources on the horizon!

New resources on the horizon!

Just like you, we did some pivoting when Covid hit. We pulled up our list of "Things we want to do" and went to work. One of the top projects surrounded coaching. The goal was twofold: update our coaching resources and organize them so you can access and utilize them...

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How to select the best people for new jobs

How to select the best people for new jobs

The job market is changing. We read about it in the newspapers. Between technological advances, remote work options, and a changing economy, we have newly created positions that we’ve never had to hire for before. That’s as true in the church world as it is in the...

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