When you speak, teach, or present in front of a group, you want your points to stick. Lessons to be learned. Listeners to be truly engaged and eager to take their next step. But this is easier said than done. Tune in as today’s guest, Charles Stone, shares 8 core principles for communication found at the intersection of how Jesus taught and neuroscience.
Listen in to learn:
How to help your listeners prepare to listen, learn, and take action on what you say
The power of beginning with a concept map
How to use the primacy-recency principle to help you organize your material
Key brain-science principles that make your talk memorable
About Charles Stone
Charles has been a pastor for forty years in the US and Canada and is certified as a coach with the ICF. He has authored seven books, and his writing has appeared over 300 times on leading Christian leadership websites.
His passion is intersecting Biblical truth with neuroscience. He has earned four degrees and is currently completing his PhD. He has been married forty-one years to his wife Sherryl, and they have three adult children and three grandchildren.
You can learn more about If Jesus Gave a TED Talk: 8 neuroscience principles the Master Teacher used to persuade His audience (2021, Freiling Publishing) here: https://www.jesustedtalk.com/
Coaching is gaining a foothold in the Catholic church. Once the distinction of professional-grade coaching was recognized and the idea of coaching being sort of new-age was laid to rest, the desire for coaching and the need for professionally trained coaches has grown. Today we are exploring the Catholic coaching movement
Listen in today with our guest Lisa Mladinich to discover:
Where the Catholic church has been in terms of coaching and where is it going?
What stigma is associated with counseling and coaching within the Catholic church?
How many valuable, people-helping modalities are available within the Catholic church, and where's the gap that coaching fills?
What are the exciting opportunities available for people in the Catholic World who want to know more about coaching?
About Lisa Mladinich
Lisa Mladinich is an ICF-Certified Life Coach and Gallup-Certified CliftonStrengths® Coach dedicated to helping clients glorify God by living powerfully in their natural talents.
A best-selling author and media host, Lisa has appeared on EWTN TV’s Women of Grace, Sunday Night Prime, BookMark, and Catholic Mom’s Café, as well as CatholicTV’s This, is the Day, the Son Rise Morning Show, The Jennifer Fulwiler Show, Busted Halo, and much other television, radio, and podcast programs.
Lisa is the founder of “Wonderfully Made,” an online membership that includes original strengths-development courses, live events, and mastermind groups.
Her new internet TV program called, “Wonderfully Made: Your Talents. God’s Purpose,” can be accessed from the home page of her website.
Lisa has been married to the love of her life, Charlie, for 36 years. They have a grown daughter and live in the wilds of suburban Long Island.
Find Lisa at www.WonderfullyMade139.com.
Sometimes as a leader, instead of soaring high, we crash and burn, and face the question, “How can I ever recover from this?” Our special guest today, Warwick Fairfax, has walked through that fire and has recovered.
Join us today to see how God can turn ashes into beauty as Warwick shares:
Philosophical and practical breakthroughs that will get you through the thick of your leadership issues, so you can turn your crucible into a defining moment
Insight on the common denominators among people who rise above and those who meltdown but never rise back up... so you'll have what you need to overcome blind spots
The choices you can make right now, to let your pain be used for a God-given purpose, so He can do some of His mightiest work in and through you
About Warwick Fairfax
Warwick Fairfax is the founder of Crucible Leadership, a philosophical and practical breakthrough in turning business and personal failures into the fuel for igniting a life of significance. He has been hailed by Forbes as offering “compelling insights for anyone who would like to wake up feeling inspired by their work but doesn’t” ... insights rooted not in a checklist of glib to-do’s but in his own experience at the epicenter of one of the most spectacular business failures in the history of his home nation of Australia.
Fairfax was only 26 when, as the fifth-generation heir to a media empire bearing his family name, he led — and lost — a multibillion-dollar public takeover bid. The result? The company founded by his great-great-grandfather slipped from family control after 150 years, leaving him to examine not only his own shortcomings and losses but also his life’s principles and the lessons he learned from family members who came before him and some of history’s greatest leaders. It has been by shaping these insights as a leadership adviser that Fairfax has enabled others to learn from what he describes as their own “crucible experiences” and emerge to lead a life rooted in who they are. His journey has opened a door for men and women from all walks of life to not only bounce back from failure but to become the leaders they were born to be.
Fairfax is the author of Crucible Leadership: Embrace Your Trials to Lead a Life of Significance (Mount Tabor Media, 2021). The book discusses for the first time his thoughts and actions in launching the John Fairfax Ltd. takeover and explains what he learned about himself from that devastating failure — who he was and was not his unique design, purpose, passions, and vision really were.
He shares insights from his experience and interviews other leaders who have leveraged their crucible moments to live and lead with significance on the podcast BEYOND THE CRUCIBLE, available through all major podcasting channels.
Fairfax holds an undergraduate degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Oxford University and earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. He is an International Coach Federation (ICF) certified executive coach. He is an Elder at Bay Area Community Church. He lives in Annapolis, Maryland, with his wife, Gale. They have three children who are in the process of developing their own unique paths to lives of significance.
Learn more at https://crucibleleadership.com/.
You know that coaching has gone mainstream; but did you know that it's part of the team culture at the IRS? Today, we have a front-row seat in exploring this decade-long and growing, movement within the IRS. Our guest, Carolon Donnally, leads the coaching and change movement at the IRS, and today she shares unique insights that you can use in your own workplace or with organizational and leadership coaching clients.
Tune in to:
Unpack the "coaching culture" buzzword so you can understand what it really means and leverage it for effective leadership and learning.
Explore the difference between coaching and mentoring so you and others can truly receive the benefit of distinctly different coaching.
Get insider tips on what went well and what needed improvement during the IRS's coaching culture journey, so that you can replicate success in your organization and your coaching business.
About Carolon Donnally:
Carolon Donnally is a Professional Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation. She has over 20 years of experience in leadership development, employee engagement, organizational development, curriculum design, and leadership and executive coaching. Carolon was the head of leadership coaching for the Internal Revenue Service for 8 years and now leads coaching and change management in one of the IRS’ largest business units. Carolon has the distinguished honor of recently receiving an IRS Commissioner Award for efforts in starting up a peer-to-peer employee coaching program. She earned a Master of Science degree in Organizational Development from Pepperdine University and has worked with clients in France, Costa Rica, and China. As an extension of her passion for leadership development, in 2019, she founded Carolon Donnally Consulting where she helps leaders and organizations become burnout resistant.
Connect with Carolon at: www.Carolon-Donnally.com
“What should I charge?” “I feel so awkward quoting my fees,” “Is it right for this to be a business or should it be a ministry instead?” Christian coaches often struggle knowing what to charge and making a profit while still maintaining a servant’s heart.
Money mindsets are the base of every single business decision, and today, we want to help you know how to better align your mindsets with what God says in His word.
Don’t miss these great resources:
Free Money Mindsets Quiz to help you uncover the hidden mindsets you already have: www.MoneyMindsetsQuiz.com
Money Mindsets Course: An inexpensive on-demand program that will walk you through a God-honoring process to determine what’s best for YOU! www.MoneyMindsetsCourse.com