You’ve heard it as much as we have…”Leaders are readers!”
Here’s a list and links of books every leader should dive into:
“If you don’t know who you are as a person, you will never know who you are as a leader.”
Be Our Guest - (Anything by Doug Lipp)
List Of Authors:
Dr. Henry Cloud
Dr. Samuel Chand
Dr. John Maxwell
Dr. Caroline Leaf
Cody Graves has been the host of Loud Leadership since it's starting days in 2015. Now we flip the script on him and take a peak behind the curtain of what makes him tick.
This conversation covers:
You will really enjoy this episode as it's packed with purpose.
You can find Cody on twitter @Codyman.
"It's not what you say, it's how you say it. "
Marketing is all around us every single day. With all of the messages coming our direction, how do we know when we are saying the right thing, in the right way.
While we aren't claiming to be the marketing experts here (plenty other great podcasts for that). We wanted to provide a 101 guide to those who may be knew to to the topic.
"The only constant in the world, is change. "- Heraclitus
If you aren't changing things, are you really leading? In this episode we talk about how culture, trends, and systems must change in order for people to reach their potential. We get practical and plunge deep all in one episode.
We all have them and we all need it! What is it? UNITY
Unity is the glue that keeps the team moving in the same direction.
In this episode, we talk about why it's important, how to get it, and how to keep it.
This is an episode anyone who leads a team, or is on a team, needs to hear.
You will never lead until you can first be lead.
Where do leaders miss it? How do we grow as leaders when we are leading ourselves. In this episode we talk about the difference between a living anointing and a ministry anointing. Listen to some examples and find the path that best works for you. We are all leaders when we choose to be leaders.
Employee Scheduling Software
Just a few of the takeaways you will get from this episode. As a guy raised in ministry, Andrew gives examples and observations about why it's so important for leaders to build their character. Keep this episode on the go to list, it's important.
Our entire region was affected by the impact of Hurricane Harvey. During these tough times it's important to stay focused on people just much as you are on the vision. While we are not experts on this in anyway, here's our view of a time where true leadership is needed and appreciated. If you'd like to help, or a church in need of help, please go to burchfield.org/harvey for more info.
Read the full blog post here:
The future can be a frustrating place! As leaders, we build a picture of the future and then motivate people to build it! However, sometimes we find ourselves constantly leaving in one place with our heart, and seeing a different place with our eyes. Listen to this episode and see how the frustration you're feeling is actually fuel for the future!
Communication is a calling, but it's also a craft. Leaders should be able to easily communicate the vision to the people, but that's easier said than done. In this episode, we talk out some areas you can use to make your stage presentations stronger.
Read the entire article here:
An internationally known writer and speaker, Phil Cooke has actually produced media programming in more than 50 countries around the world. In the process, has been shot at, survived two military coups, fallen out of a helicopter, and in Africa, been threatened with prison. And during that time – through his company Cooke Pictures in Burbank, California – he’s helped some of the largest nonprofit organizations and leaders in the world use the media to tell their story in a changing, disrupted culture.
in this episode, we talk about everything from telling your story, to the current state of "Christian Media". Whatever your role is, if you're telling stories, this episode is for you.
Phil Cooke's Info - @philcooke
Hillsong: Let Hope Rise
Andrew Burchfield's Info - @a_burchfield
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Whether we like it or not, leaders of routines in our lives by default. It's our job to maximize those routines to keep ourselves solid and productive. In this episode, we talk about what it takes to recognize and keep great routines in our lives.
Your personal leadership brand doesn't mean you're going to grow up to 10,000 followers on Twitter or have a marketing campaign that changes the world.
It means the people who know you the most and interact with you occassionaly, love and trust you as a leader. It's a key facet of leadership, and today we are going to build it.
Finishing is the easy part, it's the starting something that takes work. Even for leaders who get inspired with new ideas, and make personal promises "for a better year", life can still get in the way. In this episode, we talk about some things and tactics you can use to help you setup for your greatest year ever.
Few things in life are more awkward than leading someone who doesn't see "eye to eye" with you. Maybe they are a few years (or generations) older and haven't caught on to the new tech thing. Possibly they are years younger and have zero work ethic and the ability to motivate themseleves. Regardless of where you stand, this episode helps us understand what it's like to lead in both directions.
Leadership is about influence, but it's our influence that should leave an impact.
How do we gauge that impact? In this episode, we talk about it and give stories, and case studies that help us all become better leaders.
For more articles and podcasts, check it out at andrewburcfield.com.
Consistency is a character element of great leadership. Sometimes you have to zoom out so you can zoom back into the day to day things of life.
In this episode, we talk about consistency and why it's important for leaders of all types.
It's amazing how we can talk and see the same people every day and still not have time to be honest. We started "Truth Thursday" in our team and it's helped drastically in keeping our relationships honest and deep.
A few weeks ago, Andrew enjoyed his golden birthday celebrating his turn into his thirties. We thought it would be a great idea to talk about some of the greatest leadership lessons he's taken away from the first 30 years of leadership. While we don't cover all of them in this episode, we have linked to the blog post that lists all of them.
Taylor Gentry hosts the Millennial Broadcast on BPN Radio. BPN Radio is an internet radio station that can be found online at www.bpnradio.com. Andrew recently had the opportunity to be a guest on the show. We wanted to share this interview with you as we talk about finding your purpose.
Take a deep dive into leadership. If your leadership doesn't go high, it's because your leadership doesn't go deep.
Leaders lead from 3 places.
Devotion is what fuels discipleship.
It's a special episode on a special day. Listen to this episode as Andrew takes us through the story of Country Camp and how his parents said that famous, "Yes"!
We then talk about how to keep the team on the same page, and the same purpose.
Miracle Moments by Rachel Burchfield
Fashion vs. Function
Technology is a toy or a tool, it's all how you use it. In this episode, Andrew gives us some popular tech tips that help his teams get more done in less time.
"It's not about the latest toy, it's about the tools you need at that time."