RELP – Episode 19 – Antiquated Leadership

In this episode of The Ron Edmondson Leadership Podcast with Ron and Nate, Ron talks about antiquated leadership.

Many leaders in senior positions these days developed their leadership style in another generation. This has produced a plethora of what I (Ron) call antiquated leaders.

What’s important in leadership has changed from when I entered the field of leadership.

Leadership principles and practices have had to change because organizations and people have changed.

These leaders create tension in many organizations, including many churches today.

In this episode, we discuss antiquated leadership.

We are hearing from many leaders who are enjoying these podcast. We know they are simple. It is intended to be a quick listen to a conversation between father and son – who are both struggling to figure out leadership in our individual contexts.

As always, I hope this episode helps you be a better leader.

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  • Bill says:

    Great podcast! You always have great things to say and help me think things through. On another note, so many leadership podcasts are done by and in the mindset of churches that run huge numbers. It would be helpful to guys like myself who are in small rural areas to hear about things that really pertain to small churches. Thanks for sharing!

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