Message: “055 Humble Confidence” from Tony Villafane

A message from the series "Develop Leadership Podcast." Healthy leaders have an intentional balance of being both humble and confident. They are poised with a confidence in their giftings and abilities while still being open to constructive criticism, feedback, and advice from those around them. They are open to correction while they are also bold in their convictions. They have accurate view of their self- worth that doesn’t dip too low or doesn’t raise too high. They allow others to encourage them without dismissing it while also don’t let it inflame their ego. They have an accurate view of where their strengths end and their weaknesses begin. They can discern when they need to be more flexible or firm in decision making. They surround themselves with people who aren’t just their “yes men/women” but those who will speak truth with radical candor. They live with tough skin but a soft heart. They are eager to be ever-evolving learning leaders. To help us understand the sift through the leadership paradox of living both in humility and confidence is Sandi Wrigley.

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Message: “054 Value Results and Relationships” from Tony Villafane

A message from the series "Develop Leadership Podcast." Both results and relationships are critical for long-term organizational survival. Healthy leaders provide both challenge (results) and support (relationships) to their teams. They expect results and have very good relationships with those they lead. They are able to discern if they have a stronger bent toward results or relationships and look for ways to compensate in that bias. They actively include people around the table who are different in personality and skill set. Healthy leaders are intentionally invested in fostering accountability of results while simultaneously creating an atmosphere of appreciation, trust, honor, and mutual respect. They utilize team meetings effectively and do not waste time while team members walk away feeling valued and seen. They have an ability to discern whether the moment calls for a more “results- driven” decision or “relationships-driven” decision. To help us understand the complex intricacies of Value Results and Relationships is Project Manager Casie Asmus.

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