Robbie Harper on Leaving a Toxic Environment, Taking a Leap of Faith, and Helping Businesses Build their Brand
Have you ever found yourself desiring more fulfillment from your work? Maybe you've been stuck in a toxic or unhealthy environment. Or perhaps you've had a dream to start a business but have been held back by fear. This episode is for you.
On this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch interviews Robbie Harper, owner of Blue Bridge Public Relations. In this interview, Robbie chronicles his journey from leaving a toxic situation to stepping out in faith and launching his own company. Robbie is now living out his purpose and passion, helping leaders and business owners build their brand and expand their influence.
Dawn Whitestone on Finding Your Identity and Using Strategic Business Prayer to Transform Your Life and Career
In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch interviews Dawn Whitestone, founder of Whitestone Professionals in Orlando, FL. Dawn helps individuals, teams, and organizations through coaching and consulting, and she specializes in a concept called Strategic Business Prayer. Her book by the same title will be coming out in January 2019. For more information, visit www.whitestonepros.com
Marcus Warner on Rare Leadership, Emotional Maturity, and How to Increase Trust, Joy, and Engagement in the People You Lead
In this episode of the Leading Well Podcast, Jeremy Couch interviews Dr. Marcus Warner, president of Deeper Walk International and co-author of Rare Leadership.
Dr. Warner discusses the key components of Rare Leadership and explains how rare leaders can increase trust, joy, and engagement in their people. He also talks about emotional maturity and why this is essential for a leader.
What does it mean to be a biblical leader--someone who puts the needs of others first and leads with a focus on God's calling? In this episode of Leading Well, Jeremy Couch examines the five key traits that differentiate a biblical servant leader from an average leader.