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Leadership Chat: Climate Control Part 3

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Ignorance may be bliss, but it doesn’t make for great leadership.  This leadership chat explores a hidden way we all too often self-sabotage in our leadership.  Plus, I reveal an often overlooked but highly effective way to elevate morale and unity on the team, ministry or organization you are leading.  Whether the team you are leading is vibrant, exciting and thriving… or let’s be real, the team is more drama and less productivity than you’d like, this leadership chat will give you practical ways to cultivate the team’s culture for the better!

How are you intentionally shaping culture as a leader?  Leave comments and questions below.

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    Charlene Garza
    January 11, 2018 at 6:28 pm

    Thank you for these videos. They are very inspiring and a great reminder. As a leader in my workplace I love to seek out the strengths and gifts of other and bring the best out in them. I have worked in a few places where the employees are not valued or appreciated. I have also worked with great leaders and I once was told, ” be the boss you have always wanted” so I strive daily to love and appreciate all my employees. I love to give credit where credit is due. We are all different and we each bring something different to the table. Which is so beautiful when it all comes together. Thank you again! God bless!

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    Nicole
    January 12, 2018 at 2:38 pm

    “Be the boss you have always wanted”- I love that! A great reminder that in every environment we can learn who we want to be and who we don’t want to be, and that if we learn the right lessons we will become leaders that actively serve and love those we lead. Thank you for sharing, Charlene!

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