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"How do I lead when I'm not in charge?" In this episode, Craig tackles the podcast's most-asked listener question.

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Craig discusses two more ways to embrace change. When you change the questions you're asking, you change the way you're thinking.

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The greatest threat to future success is current success. In this episode, Craig discusses the first of three ways to embrace change.

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The greatest threat to future success is current success. Success feeds pride, and pride kills urgency: nothing fails like success. In many organizations, urgency is not the default mode—complacency is. The problem with complacency is it’s difficult to see in the mirror. In this episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, “Institutionalizing Urgency, Part 2,” you’ll learn to set stretch goals and deepen your emotional connection to your work.

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In this episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, you’ll learn the importance of institutionalizing urgency. It’s time to declare war on complacency and embrace urgency, because you cannot change what you are willing to tolerate.

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Learn the importance of casting vision and setting a standard for your organization—one that doesn’t use the forbidden phrase.

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Culture is more than a building or the signage hanging around it. A culture is even more than just an environment. Great ministries, brands, and organizations are full of intangibles created and guarded by the leader. What those intangibles are really saying is, “This place has a great culture.” In this episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, you’ll learn three keys to create a value-driven culture in your organization.

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In this podcast, Craig discusses time—your most valuable, non-replenishing resource. You can always make more money, but you cannot make […]

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In this podcast, Craig discusses time—your most valuable, non-replenishing resource. You can always make more money, but you cannot make more time. You must learn to manage your time wisely. Poor time management results in well-intentioned leaders who consistently allow the urgent to overwhelm the important. Over Episodes 3 and 4, Craig will discuss four principles of great time management.

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Passive leaders produce disengaged followers. Healthy leaders produce faithful followers. Empowering leaders don’t just produce followers—they produce other great leaders.