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The Importance of the Authentic Leader (5:25)

The Paradox of Authenticity (4:34)

An Authentic Leader Lives in Reality (6:41)

It is Better to Be Real than Be Positive (6:55)

Normalize Failure in Your Leadership Culture (5:35)

Qualities of the Authentic Leader (8:25)

Tips For Being An Authentic Leader (6:33)

Biblically Deal with Problematic People (7:14)

A Healthy Leadership Immune System is Imperative (3:04)

Healthy Practices of Leaders (2:21)

A Wise Person Diagnosed (4:51)

A Foolish Person Diagnosed (2:52)

The Process of Dealing with a Fool (7:17)

Do Not Tolerate Evil People (4:07)

Become a Leader for Life (6:20)

Go the Distance In Leadership (6:43)

Tasks Are Not the Point Of Life (3:50)

Avoid Burnout In Leadership (5:28)

Leaders Can't Make People Happy (5:07)

Be a Leader Who Adapts (5:02)

The 80-20 Principle (4:12)

Lessons for Leadership Lifers (7:48)

Finish Strong As a Leader (3:25)

The Principle Of Reality (6:43)

Face the Reality Of My Strengths (7:00)

Face the Reality Of My Weaknesses (8:12)

Face the Reality Of Other People (8:56)

Face the Reality Of the Situation (4:38)

Face the Hard Realities Of Life (3:51)

Credibility Vs. Happy Talk (6:26)

The Big Problem In Telling the Truth Is You (2:05)

You Must Believe the Truth To Tell It (6:06)

Truth Telling Barriers (3:50)

Suggestive Steps To Telling the Truth (4:49)

Guiding Principles To Tell the Truth (6:25)

More Guiding Principles To Tell The Truth (3:48)

The Aspects Of Reality (4:36)

The importance of the "humility process" and its outcome for leaders. (4:20)

The traits to avoid as a leader. Watch out for these in yourself! (7:17)

The Key Question in Servant Leadership (5:52)

Some characteristics of the very best leaders. Who they are and how they got there. (6:00)

How you can use "the outcomes" to evaluate yourself as a leader. (5:04)

Don't explain it away - take responsibility! (5:23)

Fire! Ready! Aim! The path to making good decisions. (5:17)

Leaders need the right "traveling companions" on their journey to success. (3:11)

Leaders Need Traveling Companions who Provide Loving Support (3:41)

Leaders Need Traveling Companions who Provide Courage and Can Give Feedback (7:42)

Leaders Need "Traveling Companions" Who Will Provide Wisdom. (3:46)

"Relational-based leadership" isn't a luxury. The importance of valuing people. (6:23)

The characteristics of a "relational leader." (6:44)

Show them you value them! What to say and how to say it. (5:06)

"Relational leadership" makes great teams and leaders - but it doesn't just "happen." Practical steps to build from. (8:03)

Boundaries: Draw your property lines and see what happens next. (7:22)

The best leaders have the best boundaries. (6:30)

Just say, "no." How to set limits in leadership (6:10)

Developing your boundaries skills in leadership. (5:11)

Worry about the right things. (6:14)

That thing called "Trust." What it is and why it's important for you as a leader. (7:35)

Getting to the hearts of those you are leading. (5:26)

What kind of leader will people trust? The answer will surprise you. (5:52)

The three characteristics of every successful leader. (6:36)

Beyond integrity. What else is there? (9:33)

Your character leaves a wake behind you. What's yours like? (4:55)

Deal with it! Toxic people, idiots and enemies and what to do with them. (6:40)

Four regrets leaders have about working with difficult people. (2:20)

Consequences for those difficult people. (5:46)

Responsibility and accountability. Good leaders are responsible for successes and failures. (5:53)

Good leaders attract the right people and frustrate the right people! (7:02)

It's okay and it's important to trust your gut instinct. It can be a good source of information. (3:03)

How good leaders understand that authority cuts both ways - and they aren't afraid of that. (4:16)

Good leaders involve others and share the vision. (4:30)

Learn to question authority. It makes for great leaders. (7:54)