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GLS 2021
Craig Groschel - Expanding your Leadership Capacity
Craig Groschel
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Grow in your capacity for PUC
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Pain
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There is no pain like leadership pain
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The difference between where you are and where you could be is a painful decision you have to make
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Uncertainty
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A good leader plans for unforseen challenges
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A great leader plans for unexpected opportunities
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If you wait until you are 100% sure, you will be late
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Chaos
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You can have control, or you can have growth, but you can't have both
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The best leaders obsess about empowering leaders
Juliet Funt - A minute to think
Juliet Funt
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The need for space in the next normal
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This reboot is giving us a chance for behavioral design
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4 ways to pause
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Recuperate
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Wedge - a small portion of open time between two activities
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Reflect
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Time for objectiveness and to take ideas to the next level
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Reduce
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Let go of the unnecessary
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Use 'Shouldn't be here' to track boredom
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Ask why you are bored
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Construct
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Set ideas aside and then take time to pursue it
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Open mode - creative, unstructured, flowing
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Closed mode - structured, clearing space for open mode
Malcolm Gladwell - The urgency of a leader
Malcolm Gladwell
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Social risk and Urgency
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You must convince others that what you are doing makes sense
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Social risk-taking is what leaders must do
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Not here to make friends, but to make a difference
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Leaders must learn to protect and nurture this disruptive spirit
Ibukun Awosika - Only you can choose
Ibukun Awosika
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Only you can choose
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To thyself be true
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Living more deliberately and intentionally, rather than accidentally
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Your choice is driven by your values, goals, and your ambitions
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Ghandi's seven social sins
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Wealth without work
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Pleasure without conscience
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Knowledge without character
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Commerce without morality
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Science without humanit
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Religion without sacrifice
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Politics without principle
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Later added
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Rights without responsibility
Rich Wilkerson Jr. - Reclaim the grind and take ground
Rich Wilkerson Jr
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The reality of the grind
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Outlook will determine the outcome
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Leaders are lost in monotony, not in epic battle
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How I steward the mundane moments will create the great moments
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Rename the grind
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Names bring identity, identity brings purpose
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Let my purpose dictate my feelings
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Reframe the grind
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Things you appreciate tend to get better
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Silver medal syndrome; Bronze medalists know it could have been worse
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Remain in the grind
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After everything you've done to stand, stand firm
Shola Richards - Require civility to lead
Shola Richards
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The need for civility
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People follow you because they choose to, or because they have to
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What we allow is what will continue
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We are defined by how we treat each other
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How to lead others in civility
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You either give life, or drain it
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Connect to your hire self - the person you say you are in an interview
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5 values for leading others
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Value their ideas
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Value their roles
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Value their time
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Value their skills
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Value their humanity
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All bad behavior is an unskilled expression of an unmet need
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How to lead self with civility
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Don't self-sabotage
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Self-civility statement
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Commitment is doing what you said you were going to do long after the mood you said it in has left you
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How to leave a legacy of civility
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Your legacy is defined by how you treat others
Michelle Poler - Hello fears!
Michelle Poler
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Understanding fear
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Fear is not an obstacle, but an opportunity
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The enemy of success is not failure, it is comfort
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Comfort keeps us from risk-taking, from innovating
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Behavioral Inhibition System - Keeps us from acting; tied to risk
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Behavior Activation System - Encourages us to act; tied to reward
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What would you get uncomfortable for?
Dr Francesca Gino - Rebel talent
Francesca Gino
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Rebel talent
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Rebels who break rules constructively because they are focused on the mission
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Rebels have a talent for
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Authenticity
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Geniuine and authentic selves
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Perspective
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Not going into tunnel vision in a crisis
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What can I learn today?
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Experience can lead to perspective
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Curiosity
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Embrace curiosity; keep asking a lot of questions
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How do we cultivate rebel talent?
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It goes against human nature; we tend to conform
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Pirate ship captains
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They got respect through their actions
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Am I the captain that my crew would choose as its leader today?
Bianca Olthoff - Choose to lead
Bianca Olthoff
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The inner saboteur
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"You don't belong here"
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"I'm not enough"
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Imposter syndrome; feeling of inadequacy that persist despite evident success
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You are chosen to lead
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You were chosen for a reason
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Will you lead when you are invited to?
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When leadership chooses you, you choose to lead
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Your crisis does not dictate your capability, competency, or commitment
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The opposite of unqualified is chosen
Albert Tate - Find your groove
Albert Tate
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I'm still here
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An attitude of gratitude will shape your perspective
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What if this period was the lesson and now is the test?
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What if this is the test?
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Losing the valuable, to be present for the invaluable
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When was the last time you created space for meaningful moments?
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Define reality
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One of your biggest jobs is to know the difference between bondage and reality
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Opportunity to see what you've never seen before
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An invitation to new
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But new opportunities need new approaches
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The issue is trust; do we trust God to provide?
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Napping is the new hustle
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An invitation to rest
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You will experience scarcity if you go out in a period of rest because you disobeyed
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Rest is freedom
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Take care of yourself; you're not God, it can go without you
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Healthy leaders have healthy rhythms; you can't afford to
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take a day off
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Grief and Hope make great roommates
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It is okay not to like this season
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Disruption to our system is not welcome
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Move hope into your house
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Second line (New Orleans Jazz), people who dance whether at funerals or weddings
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Melody and joy can live in hard and rough places
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