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May 4, 2017 @ 1:56 pm

Moving People From Doers to Owners (Ep. 39)

It is never the leaders job to create doers. A leader creates more leaders. How do you move people in your organization from doer to owner so they can become leaders? In this podcast we talk about 3 necessary things we must share to get people to own what we're asking them to do.

Share Vision
Share Responsibility
Share the Win

 

"Vision spoken isn't as good as vision sharing. Give them real responsibility." - @JonathanPearson (tweet this quote

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April 12, 2017 @ 9:48 am

Leadership Lessons We’re Currently Learning (Ep. 38)

In this episode of the Next Up Podcast, Jonathan and Dustin talk about things they're currently learning and going through in their leadership.

Links:

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Jonathan's blog post about building influence quickly

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Craig Groeschel Podcast

Carey Nieuwhof Podcast

Art of Manliness Podcast

Art of Charm Podcast

"Control is not influence." - Dustin Bates (click to tweet)

"Great leaders know which battles to fight and when to fight them." - @JonathanPearson (click to tweet)

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March 22, 2017 @ 10:31 am

The Perspective Principle (Ep. 37)

When we've been in one place for a long period of time or we find ourselves mired in a leadership rut, one of the greatest things we can do is change our perspective. In this episode, Jonathan and Dustin talk about why a perspective change is valuable and how to get it.

Quotes from the episode:

A prideful perspective is not the proper perspective. - Dustin Bates (tweet)

What you never see, you can never change. - @JonathanPearson (tweet)

A perspective change is up to the leader, not the people. - @JonathanPearson (tweet)

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February 13, 2017 @ 2:45 pm

3 Things Great Leaders Do (Episode 36)

Yes, it's the broadest podcast title you've ever seen. No, we didn't really boil all of leadership into 3 things. What you will get on this podcast are 3 areas that we often overlook when leading our organizations or even families. We'll discuss things that many of us may have never thought of when leading others. The 3 things discussed are...

Leading Relationally - Find personal common ground

Leading Environmentally - Set the thermostat

Leading Directly - Mold consensus, don't bow to it

 

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January 19, 2017 @ 3:29 pm

How to Let Your Challenges Change You (Episode 35)

When leadership challenges come, we have two choices, let them change us and push through or let them choke us and stunt our forward progress. In this episode, Jonathan and Dustin talk about five things that can ensure we push through and let challenges change us and the things we lead.

These 5 things are...

1. Be grateful

2. Keep the goal in mind

3. Keep people first

4. Practice patience

5. Remember the past victory

Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make

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November 8, 2016 @ 10:08 am

3 Things That Stop Us Short of Our Goals (Episode 34)

things_that_stop_us_short_of_our_goals.pWhat kills a leader's vision and goals? It's not just failure in leading others or bad ideas, it's the little things that pop up along the way to accomplishing those goals. In this episode, Jonathan and Dustin sit down to discuss 3 things that may seems small, but that kill even the greatest leaders' goals and visions.

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September 15, 2016 @ 10:22 am

The Power of Positivity in Leadership (Episode 33)

As leaders, we have to be realists. We have to be willing to admit how things are, but we have to be positive too. How do we balance that? How do we keep our teams positive when change still needs to take place?

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July 12, 2016 @ 1:28 pm

Questions Leaders Should Be Asking (Episode 32)

Our greatest ideas and actions often come from asking good questions. In this podcast, Dustin Bates and Jonathan Pearson talk about 7 questions leaders should be asking themselves and those that they lead. 

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How can I help you?
How are you doing?
Does that line up with our why?
What's the next best thing I can do?
How am I serving?
How am I growing?
How's my health?

"Leaders, one of your most important Q's: Does that line up with our why? - @JonathanPearson (click to tweet)

"When overwhelmed or stuck, ask, 'What's the next best thing I can do?" - @JonathanPearson (click to tweet)

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May 11, 2016 @ 4:05 am

Ways to Lead a Young Family While Leading Others Too (Episode 31)

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Life and leading can be overwhelming. The key to keeping our family lives healthy is being intentional in how we plan and how we lead them. In this episode, Jonathan Pearson and Dustin Bates discuss ways they're learning to lead a young family while leading others as well. Both can be done!

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Jonathan's Blog Post
Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make
"Routine is important, breaking it makes memories" (click to tweet)
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April 13, 2016 @ 4:23 am

H3 Leadership with Brad Lomenick (Episode 30)

Brad Lomenick (Catalyst’s founder) is on the podcast this month talking about how to lead well, how to lead creatively, and how to move forward in leadership by utilizing what he calls the 3 most important attributes a leader can have. 
Relevant Links:
BradLomenick.com 
Brad on Twitter
H3 Leadership on Amazon 
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