The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
Here's the Latest Episode from Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast:
In this episode, Craig Groeschel explores and and explains the three roles that every middle manager must understand and fulfill to succeed while leading from the middle.
As your organization grows, the levels of management you’ll need will change, too. In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you why middle management is so important to a growing organization, and how to identify and deal with toxic leaders.
Rich Froning, CrossFit champion and four-time Fittest Man on Earth, sits down with Craig Groeschel to share some valuable insights into success, failure, and overcoming pain and inconsistency to become a champion.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel is joined by author and entrepreneur Liz Bohannon for a discussion to help us better understand our fears, identify the value of curiosity, and discover the importance of pursuing small dreams.
Ever wish there was a better way to simplify your life and leadership? In this episode, you’ll get a five-step outline from Craig Groeschel to minimize stress in your personal life while maximizing your impact as a leader.
Sit in on a conversation with Craig Groeschel and Gen Z and Millennial expert Jason Dorsey to find out what makes each generation different, what makes them tick, and strategies for leading members of every generation to succeed.
"Cutting the slack" means getting rid of unnecessary rules and processes that slow you down. Join Craig Groeschel for a practical, step-by-step approach to eliminate distractions and lead your team to think quicker, move faster, and get more done.
Leaders, more than most, need friendships and key relationships that give them relational energy. In this episode, Dr. John Townsend explains each of the four quadrants of relational nutrients and the key relationships that provide them.
It’s almost impossible to lead well when your tank is empty. In this episode, join Craig Groeschel to take a close look at four different types of energy—and why they can make a huge difference in how you lead day in and day out.
Courage takes practice. Sit in on a conversation with Craig Groeschel and 2016 presidential candidate, former Hewlett-Packard CEO, and author Carly Fiorina as they discuss what it means to unleash your highest potential and follow a path, not a plan.
Leadership is the art of harnessing human energy to create change, to make a difference, and to get results. In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you how to master energy management by auditing your energy and creating an energy budget.
Leaders who keep their promises are trusted and respected. But when your perspective changes, there may come a time when you need to unmake your promises. In this episode, find out when it can be right to be wrong.
The best leaders know how to be real without being ruthlessly honest or eroding trust. Transparency and truth go hand-in-hand but aren’t always the same thing. In this episode, you’ll learn to use wisdom in deciding how to lead your team.
Sit in on a conversation with customer service expert and hotel executive Horst Schulze to learn first-hand why a commitment to customer service must be the foundation any company, team, or organization is based on.
The best leaders always keep it real. In this episode you’ll learn why authenticity, vulnerability, and transparency are essential for great leadership and get three keys to improve your leadership by leading with transparency.
Small habits make a big difference. In this episode, James Clear, best-selling author of Atomic Habits, joins Craig Groeschel for a conversation on creating your identity and reaching your goals by starting small, repeatable habits.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you the last three of six steps anyone can take to become a better leader. Discover how to find a system to create, a relationship to initiate, and a risk you need to take.
Sit in for a conversation with Bob Goff, the best-selling author of Everybody Always, as he discusses with Craig Groeschel how authenticity, compassion, and encouragement build relationships and help us lead.
Before you ever start talking about what you want to do to make a fresh start, the first thing to know is who you want to become. In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you the first three of six steps anyone can take to become a better leader.
Some experiences create more of an impact than others. In this episode, The Power of Moments co-author Chip Heath discusses with Craig how to leverage crucial moments to improve culture, delight customers, and create a shared purpose among your s...
Find out four principles to identify talented people and push them to success, learn about the importance of your first impression, and discover self-driven, passionate people who will lead your organization forward.
One of the most valuable things you can do is a leader is recognize leaders with high potential. In this episode, you’ll discover four signs to help you find leaders with high potential—the ones who have what it takes to push your organization for...
In this episode, Craig sits down with New York Times best-selling author Lysa TerKeurst to talk about how to lead through pain, empower yourself and your team to find your threshold, and build a support system.
Centeredness is the most important trait a leader needs. It's difficult to describe and impossible to miss. In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you how, when uncentered leaders fail, a centered leader thrives.
In this episode, Craig sits down with Steven Furtick of Elevation Church to discuss how tension can be a great starting place, how vulnerability plays a key role in creating personal connections, and how to avoid what he calls “creative sabotage.”
If your organization is operating at a high capacity, don’t take it for granted. In this episode, learn the five qualities that will ensure you’ll keep your organization healthy.
All organizations have life cycles, and all organizations go through different phases. In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you how you can identify where your organization is in the cycle and grow it into a healthy, thriving one.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel sits down with negotiation expert and former FBI hostage negotiator Chris Voss (@vossnegotiation) for a 1-on-1 conversation about strategies you can use every day to work toward the best outcome for you and your team.
You need only one or two consistent traits of an inspirational leader to inspire people. In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you how to inspire your team by identifying your inspirational leadership style and finding new ways to strengthen it.
In this episode, Craig sits down with YouVersion Bible App founder Bobby Gruenewald (@bobbygwald) to discuss wins and failures and how they shaped the past and future of one of the most popular mobile apps of all time.
What’s a problem you’re trying to solve? What could you achieve if you found a way to solve it? In this episode, Craig will share the four things you’ll need to work toward the next great innovation in your organization.
All critics are not created equal. In this episode, let’s learn how to understand our critics and respond to them the right way.
In this special bonus episode, Craig answers several questions listeners have submitted.
In this episode, we'll look at four ways to minimize something every leader must learn to handle—criticism.
In this episode, learn about four common allocation mistakes leaders often make, and how we can avoid those mistakes to invest our resources the right way.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel discusses what it means to invest your resources wisely.
In this episode, Craig will look at two things to avoid when we’re trying to motivate our teams, and three ways we can motivate in a way that lasts.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you three factors that matter when you’re giving feedback.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel will show you three factors that matter when you’re receiving feedback.
In this episode, Craig asks three questions every anticipatory leader should answer.
The way you are doing what you are doing won’t work forever. If you're not changing, you're falling behind. In this episode, find out what makes an anticipatory leader.
In this episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, we’re going to talk about developing leaders.
In this episode, Pastor Craig Groeschel looks at four dark sides of leaders and how to solve their most common problems.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel takes a look at how to turn a struggling team into a healthy one.
Many bosses don’t understand what it takes to be a leader. In this episode, Craig takes a look at what it means to fire your inner boss and replace it with a leader.
In this episode, you'll hear Craig break down two more practical ways you can select the best candidates when you're making a hire.
In this episode, Craig discusses selecting, developing, and empowering the right people—one of the most important skills you can develop as a leader.
In today's episode, let's take a look at five ways we can all improve in our decision-making.
In this episode, Craig Groeschel discusses how when you guard your values above all else, you can surrender control to the people you lead. You gain freedom to create within the values.
In this episode, you'll learn why trust and clarity are two of the most important components of an empowering culture.
In this episode, Craig explores four types of communication and how to choose the right hat to wear in different scenarios.
In this episode, we’ll discuss a few ways we can sharpen our communication skills and make ideas stick in the minds of the people who need to know them.
In this episode, Craig tackles three more things that matter when you are leading up: motives, initiative, and truth.
"How do I lead when I'm not in charge?" In this episode, Craig tackles the podcast's most-asked listener question.
In this episode, Craig discusses two more ways to embrace change. When you change the questions you're asking, you change the way you're thinking.
The greatest threat to future success is current success. In this episode, Craig discusses the first of three ways to embrace change.
In this episode, Craig talks about two more steps to take to create sustained urgency and passion for your organizations mission: pursuing continual discomfort and getting emotional.
The greatest threat to future success is current success. Learn to declare war on complacency and embrace urgency, because you cannot change what you are willing to tolerate.
Learn the importance of casting vision and setting a standard for your organization—one that doesn’t use the forbidden phrase.
Learn the importance of creating a value-driven culture and two more keys to developing your organization's culture. Follows Part 1.
Learn the importance of creating a value-driven culture and three keys to developing your organization's culture.
We’re picking up where Craig left off in It’s About Time, Part 1 and learning more about practical approaches to time management.
Craig discusses time—your most valuable, non-replenishing resource. Plus, he'll share four principles of great time management.
In this podcast, Craig identifies the last three kinds of leaders and how they influence those who follow them.
In this podcast, Craig identifies different types of leaders and the followers they create. Plus, he'll share how each kind of leader can grow.