Leadership Lane

Fr. Lorig and Fr. Dan Andrew both possess GallupStrengths that make them very natural leaders. They love to dream about the future and to figure out how to help people move into that new vision.

But is leadership something you’re just born with, or is it something even these two had to learn about and grow into? They would say that it’s definitely the latter.

Today, Fr. Lorig and Fr. Andrews muse on all things leadership. Take a stroll with them as they amble through topics such as:

  • Is the Church facing a leadership crisis?
  • What’s a leader in the Church called to do?
  • What has really helped us grow in leadership? And what are some tough lessons we’ve had to learn?
  • Is there a scriptural basis for leadership?
  • What challenges have we faced as a leader?
  • How do we develop leaders on our staff and in our parish?
  • What was our experience at the Global Leadership Summit the first time we went?

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Host

Fr. Jeff Lorig – Pastor at St. Joan of Arc and St. Thomas More

Guest

Fr. Dan Andrews – Pastor at St. John Paul II Newman Center

Resources

Fr. Lorig and Fr. Andrews dropped a lot of names and tools in this podcast. Here are links to a few:

The Purpose Driven Church: Every Church Is Big in God’s Eyes by Rick Warren

Divine Renovation: From a Maintenance to a Missional Parish by Fr. James Mallon

Books and podcast on personal leadership and team dynamics –  by Patrick Lencioni

Carey Nieuwhof’s website

Gallup Q12 EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Survey

Within Reach – A collaboration of Omaha-area Christian organizations

Global Leadership Summit

  • To attend the summit in the Archdiocese of Omaha click here

4 Responses to “Leadership Lane”

I love these podcasts, thank you!! I keep checking back to see if the audio for this one is posted yet 😁

Glad you are enjoying the EquipCast! I post the article a few days early, but the podcast always drops Tuesday mornings, so you should be able to access it then. ~Whitney Bradley

Thank you!

Good to hear of work of the church with leadership on a hopeful path. Thank you.

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