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Ron Kuest
Spiritual leadership coach, human resource consultant, author and principle in the Institute for Spiritual Leadership Training.
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Oswald J. Sanders, a well know Scottish minister of the late 19th-early 20th century is probably best known for the devotionals his wife compiled after his death, "Hinds Feet in High Places" and "My Upmost for His Hightest." Another great book is "Spiritual Leadership" and should be required reading for... Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
We didn't pass these out Wednesday night but here are the power point slides. Download Week10Handouts Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Here are the November 9 Handouts. Download Week9Handouts Continue reading
Posted Nov 17, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Greetings Leadership Treckers Here are the handouts for Wednesday night, Nov. 2, in case you weren't able to attend. Next week we are discussing leadership and the manifestation gifts of the Holy Spirit. Hope you are able to be able to be there Download Week8Handouts. Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Hello Leadership Trekkers: Here are the notes for this week. Download Week7HOTableLeaders Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Six points from David's call. 1. God knows your future. You don't 2. Leadership isnot about apprearance, status or heritage 3. A calling doesn't exempt you from falling into your weaknesses 4. God has a purpose for your life, and a part of that purose is to influence others for... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” Albert Einstein “Try not to become a man of success but rather try to become a man of value.” Albert Einstein Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
1.Here are the Power Points for October 19. Download Week 6 -Building A Life Plan 2. We showed a video on Goals. To watch it go to 10 Rules for Success 3. For next week go to Spiritual Gifts Inventory to do a spiritual gifts inventory. You will get an... Continue reading
Posted Oct 19, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
A shout-out to Lynette, Annie and Hillary for Wednesday night. Great job. Download the handouts for the week. Next week we are working on the Life Plan as outlined by Michael Hyatt. Be sure, if you haven't already, to go to www.micaelhyatt.com/lifeplan to watch the video and download a pdf... Continue reading
Posted Oct 13, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Here are the notes from Week 4 Included is the 'I AM' Worksheet. This is important to fill out as it will be used as you develop your Life Plan. Download Week4Handouts Download I AM Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
For anyone who missed October 28 session. Download Week3Handouts Continue reading
Posted Oct 6, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
What a night, again! To hear people voice their dreams of ministry was thrilling. And we only heard a few. From those we heard several have made connections to start putting their plans in motion. A great question was asked at my table. “How do I know this is what... Continue reading
Posted Sep 22, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Posted Sep 20, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
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Leadership Trek Faculty Roping Up 9-7-11 VIEW SLIDE SHOW DOWNLOAD ALL Continue reading
Posted Sep 20, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Look at all the people we listed as having influenced our lives. Wow, it’s awesome to have people like this in our lives. · Father· Coach· Pastor· Wife· Drill instructor· Foreman· Sister· Husband· Grand Mother· Grand Father· Teacher· Boss· Mother-in-Law· Youth Group Leader· Life Coach· Hero· College Professor· Step-Mom· Brother·... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
LeadershipTREK – High Adventure – Course Participant’s ExpectationsThese are the things the class participants collectively want to gain from the Fall 2011 class:1. Develop a Life Plan:2. Be a confident spiritual leader at work, home, church, etc.:3. Become a more effective leader at work and in my family:4. Identify and... Continue reading
Posted Sep 17, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
LeadershipTREK – High Adventure – Course Participant’s ExpectationsThese are the things the class participants collectively want to gain from the Fall 2011 class:1. Develop a Life Plan:2. Be a confident spiritual leader at work, home, church, etc.:3. Become a more effective leader at work and in my family:4. Identify and... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Look at all the people we listed as having influenced our lives. Wow, it’s awesome to have people like this in our lives. · Father· Coach· Pastor· Wife· Drill instructor· Foreman· Sister· Husband· Grand Mother· Grand Father· Teacher· Boss· Mother-in-Law· Youth Group Leader· Life Coach· Hero· College Professor· Step-Mom· Brother·... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
Here’s two quotes to ponder for the week. “What do I mean by ‘calling’? For the moment let me say simply that calling is the truth that God calls us to himself so decisively that everything we are, everything we do, and everything we have is invested with a special... Continue reading
Posted Sep 16, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
I haven’t blogged before so I thought I would begin with just a quote: “Lasting leaders motivate through grace and relationships, not guilt and religious ritual. People want to follow leaders who offer hope and direction” John MaxwellHave an awesome day! Lynette Continue reading
Posted Sep 12, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
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Posted Sep 10, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
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This will truly be a life changing journey. The branding theme for Leadership Trek is mountaineering and in Leadership Trek we are going for High Adventure--Building Skills for High Impact Living. The premise behind our training is very simple. Leadership is Influence. Influence is Leadership. So, if Christ is in... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2011 at ECCLeadershipTrek
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Mar 15, 2010
Bob: Everything changes and everything stays the same. Sad but true.
It's rewarding and/or satisfying to see when some one gets what you're trying to say and reflects it back in their own words. Thanks. I think, Randy, what you are describing is a lack of either clarity or alignment with vision and mission. The challenge is to first, recognize the dissonance, which you have done. The harder part is finding alignment. Ignorance is always more blissful and more dangerous.