As the world rapidly changes with new technologies emerging, leadership expert and pastor, Dr. Leonard Sweet, warns that COVID was not an interruption but a disruption to our lives. With self-driving cars and drones on the horizon, and robots potentially taking over jobs, what will the future hold? But as Dr. Sweet examines the past and present, a question arises: can command and control leadership be flipped to work from the bottom up? Find out in this thought-provoking episode of Leadership powered by Common Sense.
Attention leaders seeking to implement servant leadership! Are you tired of hearing myths about the benefits of a bottom-up approach? Have you been told that it’s too risky, time-consuming, or simply not effective? Well, it’s time to separate fact from fiction. In this upcoming talk, Rick Chromey will reveal the truth behind these 3 common myths and show you how implementing servant leadership can transform your organization for the better. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from a true expert in the field. Join us now!
In this episode, you will be able to:
- Adapt to the latest technological advancements and leverage them as catalysts for transformation.
- Create a thriving work atmosphere that encourages cooperation and mutual support.
- Incorporate the values of servant leadership for a more empowered and efficient workforce.
- Bridge generational divides in the workplace for a unified and productive team.
- Strike the right balance between organizational change and upholding traditional culture and values.
My special guest is Rick Chromey
Rick Chromey, a seasoned leader with a passion for youth and family ministry, brings a unique perspective to the conversation on servant leadership. With a background as a pastor and professor, Rick has dedicated his life to empowering others and fostering a sense of community. Having faced personal challenges and reinvented himself during the Great Recession, Rick’s resilience demonstrates his unwavering commitment to his calling. As a futurist and historian, Rick also serves as the Lewis and Clark historian for American Cruise Lines, where he shares his love for American history and the great outdoors.
The key moments in this episode are:
00:00:19 – Introduction,
00:01:07 – Rick Chromey’s Background,
00:07:21 – Framework for Leadership,
00:11:41 – Hair Technologies and the Future,
00:14:15 – Technological Advancements and Historical Perspective,
00:15:28 – The Impact of Technology on Leadership,
00:18:10 – The Future of Work,
00:21:06 – Command and Control vs. Servant Leadership,
00:26:47 – Changing Organizational DNA,
00:30:01 – Leadership that Lasts,
00:30:37 – The Danger of Ruts,
00:32:11 – Generational Differences,
00:34:21 – Developmental Differences,
00:37:48 – Technology and Generations,
00:39:05 – Talking Tech,
Dr. RICK CHROMEY is a best-selling author, international speaker, historian, professor, and pastor. His mission is to help people interpret history, navigate culture and explore faith to create trusted and transformative change. He’s authored over a dozen books, including his most recent work titled GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We Really Are (2020).
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