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Mac Lake

Mac Lake
Mac Lake is the Development Pastor at Seacoast Church, a multi-site church with 13 campuses, where he oversees leadership development, small groups, missions, communications, and internships. He is a popular church leadership conference speaker and the author of the training resource Growing Small Group Leaders. Learn more from Mac at MacLakeOnline.com.
Visit Mac Lake at www.maclakeonline.com
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    Simple Rules for Leading Through Tough Times

    “Handling challenging situations, difficult decisions or problematic people can make or break your leadership credibility.”

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    3 Fast and Easy Techniques for Developing Leaders

    For leadership development to be consistent it must be a discipline you integrate into your weekly routine.

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    3 Fast and Easy Techniques for Developing Leaders

    Mac Lake: I’ve tried many techniques but here are three I’ve discovered have high impact every time.

  • Why Are You Developing Leaders?

    Why are you developing leaders?  Sounds like a ridiculous question.  But your answer may reveal why you’re not getting the results you want in growing your leadership pipeline. So, let me ask again, why are you developing leaders?  There are basically two responses to the question. Some will say, “I’m developing leaders simply because we don’t […]

  • Three Fast and Easy Techniques for Developing Leaders

    For leadership development to be consistent it must be a discipline you integrate into your weekly routine. Identifying specific leadership development techniques will help you improve your consistency. Over the years I’ve poured into dozens of young leaders. I’ve tried many techniques but here are three I’ve discovered have high impact every time. 1.Take someone […]

  • Fixing Your Leadership Pipeline Problem

    It’s happened once again: You’ve lost a key leader and find yourself filling in and doing things you know you shouldn’t be doing. So, once again, you promise yourself that this year will be different. You’re going to conquer the challenge of leadership development and build a deep leadership bench – a pipeline for developing […]

  • Hi-Tech, Hi-Touch Leadership Development

    I had a young leader come into my office a couple of years ago and ask if I would consider mentoring him. I told this “twenty-something” leader I’d be more than happy to mentor him in leadership if he would mentor me in technology. I pointed out, “I’m fifty years old, you no longer live in […]

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