Integrity of a Leader
Spiritual formation developed in community is essential to producing the character which results in lasting integrity in a leader.
About this Class
We are grateful for the partnership of Trufaced executives Bruce McNicol and Bill Thrall for providing this introductory teaching on high trust leadership. The first lecture needs some additional editing. We are making this version available until the new version is complete.
Will you be the kind of leader people want to follow or that they are forced to follow? Spiritual formation or discipleship only functions well in a healthy, authentic community context. .
Dr. Bruce McNicol begins the conversation on the difference between the Capacity Ladder and the Character Ladder and discusses how you form high trust leaders. Watch these three videos to begin the journey.
The demands of high level leadership positions are profoundly overwhelming, tempting leaders to move into isolation. Integrity is remarkably difficult to maintain in isolation. How do we become leaders who can let ourselves be known? Humility, Submission, and Obedience move us into design for Godly leadership.
The Christian life is not about you changing who you used to be into who you ought to be. It’s about maturing into who God says you are. You are designed by God to make a difference in a world that is trapped in sin. Your character is formed in relationship. Your influence is dependent on whether you are able to learn to receive from God power and authority or whether you try to get it on your own. Suffering for the benefit of others is the only way to move into God’s destiny for you. Rungs four and five on the Character Ladder move you through Godly suffering and into the dreams and destiny that God has prepared for you.