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True Connection

The introduction to Henry Cloud’s book The Power of the Other states, “Most leadership coaching focuses on helping leaders build their skills and knowledge and close their performance gaps.” Cloud proposes something else. Based on the most recent studies in... Continue Reading →

Friday Quote

On Tuesday, we talked about how poverty isn't simply economic, but a holistic lack of understanding about one's identity and purpose. Today, consider this quote from Merton: “Surrender your own poverty and acknowledge your nothingness to the Lord. Whether you... Continue Reading →

The End of Poverty

In 2005, economist Jeffrey Sachs published a book called The End of Poverty. In it, he outlined how the Western world could alleviate extreme poverty by 2025 if certain measures are taken (especially increased aid). Sachs’ book inspired responses ranging... Continue Reading →

Get Ready; Be Ready

In Rogue Heroes (2016), Ben MacIntyre tells the story of the formation of the British SAS (Special Air Service) in World War II. The SAS would eventually serve as the model for the U.S. Navy Seals and Delta Force as well... Continue Reading →

Friday Quote

  “The point of simplicity is not efficiency, increased productivity or even living a healthier, more relaxed life. The point is making space for treasuring God's own self.” ― Jan Johnson Take a deep breath; sit for a moment; feel yourself... Continue Reading →

The Pseudo-Connection

In a previous post, I referenced Henry Cloud’s book, The Power of the Other. Cloud presented an intriguing case for connecting as the essence of leadership. He asks leaders to evaluate their leadership connections in terms of four grids: 1) disconnected;... Continue Reading →

3 Leadership Temptations

Greetings from Jessup Leadership! This week, Daniel Gluck shares a short video about 3 Leadership Temptations experienced by Jesus himself, and why they are important for leaders in our current cultural climate. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbdLKSbdWpQ

Conveyor Belt Leadership

The American education system is fundamentally broken. Authors Tony Wagner and Ted Dintersmith (Most Likely to Succeed, 2015) provide a compelling portrait of the American educational landscape, and it's not pretty. They argue, rather convincingly, that our educational system was... Continue Reading →

Friday Quote

Continuing our theme of connecting, look for someone you might love unconditionally today. They are everywhere! "The people who help us grow toward true self offer unconditional love, neither judging us to be deficient nor trying to force us to... Continue Reading →

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