Bill Hybels will open the GLS 2017 videocast by helping us reflect on the leadership story we find ourselves in—how it started, where it is now, and what happens next. In the process, Bill will provide principles for leading through some specific challenges today: Planting a leadership seed Leadership in an era divisiveness and disrespect […]
Transcript I think every Christ follower has to cross a maginot line at some point in his or her development, so this is kind of the one that I crossed many years ago and I ask Willow people to cross. I say, when you look at family, colleagues, friends and neighbours who are far from […]
Discipline 1 is to focus on the wildly important. A ‘Wildly Important Goal’ (WIG) must have a “From X to Y by when”. Create a basic outline that will support WIG achievement that you can discuss with your team. My Wildly Important Goal is: My starting line is: (What is the initial step of goal […]
Discipline 1 is to focus on the wildly important. What is the Wildly Important Goal (WIG) for your team? This goal exists at the intersection of the ‘wildly important’ and the ‘not going to happen on its own’. The energy you put towards this goal is what makes a WIG. For your WIG, list the […]
Ask Bill | How can small groups be interesting and compelling so people really want to be part of them?
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Discipline 1 is to focus on the wildly important. “There will always be more good ideas than there is capacity to execute”. What good ideas from last week’s list need to be pruned so that you can narrow your focus to maintain excellence with a fewer number of goals? —Question from The Four Disciplines of […]
Fredrik Härén, one of the world’s experts on creativity, spoke at the Willow Creek Global Leadership Summit 2017. The following excerpt is taken from his bestseller “The Idea Book.” Break Old Ways of Thinking We humans are curious creatures of habit. If we were not curious about the world, then we would still be living in […]
Discipline 1 is to focus on the wildly important. The most effective teams have two or three goals. List all the goals that your team is currently focused on moving ahead. —Question from The Four Disciplines of Execution session by Chris McChesney, GLS 2016 Process Tools
What “replenishment strategies” can you practice to maintain a healthy mind, heart and soul as you invest in the needs around you? —Question from One on One with Melinda Gates, GLS 2016 Process Tools