Category: saltTalks

Bob Turner – Leading in Crisis: Change

Change is one of the most difficult words for the majority of people to accept. We tend to resist change and, at times, make every effort to stop it. However, not all change is bad. Some change is good and even biblical. Change is part of life physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. The task before leaders in the midst of this pandemic is learning how to guide change in the right ways. Listen as Bob shares the need for leaders to guide change.

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Bob Turner – Leading in Crisis: Courage

During this challenging time, many leaders are asking, “How should we lead?” The uncertainty that exists has caused leaders to question what they need to know and do during a time of Crisis or Pandemic. This is the first of several saltTalks where we discuss ways to help leaders know what to do during and after a Crisis or Pandemic. Join Bob as he talks about the foundational need for Courage.

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Bob Turner – Vision: The Future of God’s People

God reveals His vision for Abraham and his descendants in Genesis 13. In this saltTalk, Bob explores several key points from this encounter between God and Abraham along with how it relates to our vision as God’s people in the twenty-first century.

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Bob Turner – Leadership and Self-Deception

Leadership requires the development of healthy relationships. These relationships are vital to the success of any organization, especially the church. In this saltTalk Bob discusses three books from the Arbinger Institute that provide direction for improving relationships as leaders.

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Bob Turner – Two Critical Questions

As every leader seeks to cast a compelling vision before the congregation, there are two critical questions that must be considered. In today’s saltTalk, Bob explores those two questions in an effort to assist leaders in creating a vision for the congregation.

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Bob Turner – Four Passion Switches

Leaders need passion in every area of leadership, but it is challenging. Darren Hardy describes what he calls, “Four Passion Switches.” The ideas align with the passion demonstrated in the life of the apostle Paul. Join Bob as he discusses how the example of Paul’s passion inspires leaders today to be passionate in their leadership.

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Bob Turner – Trustworthy Character

The most viable commodity of any leader is trust. As spiritual leaders, we understand the need to trust God completely, but can God trust us? Do the people who follow trust us? In this saltTalk, Bob Turner talks about the need to be trustworthy in our leadership.

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Bob Turner – Character

Nothing is more important to our leadership than character, but what kind of character does God seek from His leaders? In this saltTalk we discuss Psalm 15 and the character David describes is needed to dwell with God and lead His people.

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