Bringing Out the Best 3 Part Series
Unless you live in a cave you are coming in contact with people. Wives, kids, co-workers, friends, neighbors, girlfriends, men, women, and standing in line for your coffee. It doesn't matter whether you have lots of contact or limited amounts of interaction with others, the question is: what happens to others after they come in contact with YOU? The issue is NOT: Am I influencing others? The issue IS: What kind of influence am I having? Do people feel valued or marginalized? Encouraged or discouraged? Better or bitter? Noticed or neglected? Closer to God or more distanced from Him? If you are God's man you have a responsibility to influence others and bring out the best in them. Watch this series and learn how to expand your spiritual impact in the lives of people around you. Men's expert and pastor Kenny Luck maps out how to create a positive blast zone of influence.
In Part II men's expert and pastor Kenny Luck dives deeper into the whole arena of leadership and influence. Strong spiritual leaders know that every interaction counts, every interaction has purpose, and every interaction rubs off something onto others around us for better or for worse. In this session Pastor Kenny connects your personal ability to influence others to your understandings about the basic needs of all human beings. What questions are all of us asking on the inside when we connect with others? What are we seeking in an interpersonal or small group setting at church or at work? These are the unspoken but powerful dynamics at play whether we are in a group of two or twenty. Every man and woman is seeking something out of an interaction and it's the job of a skilled to know what that is IN ADVANCE so that they can be used by God to help, transform, and positively impact them. Watch this session and learn how you can facilitate life change in another person's life.
In this final session, men's expert and pastor Kenny Luck explores the three common denominators of leaders who bring out the best in others. These simple and powerful traits connected to learning, listening, and loving separate the "informational" leader from the "transformational" leader who changes the lives of those he leads beginning with his wife and children. Watch this session and ask the question: What leader quality do I need to develop better in order to change the lives of those around me?