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Proven Perspectives is a podcast with John Hawkins, Founder of Leadership Edge Inc. Each episode explores a topic related to life, leadership and mentoring. Through nearly 50 years of faith in Christ, John has learned proven life and leadership perspectives that will equip listeners for a lifestyle of leadership in their marriages, families, careers, communities, and churches.
 
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Peer Development Groups are one of the great tools that we have developed, by Gods grace, at Leadership Edge. Ben Thomason with the Duke University Fuqua School of Business and Taylor Mattingly with Deloitte join Laura and John to discuss their experience with Leadership Edge Peer Development Groups. Click below to view the framework and agenda pre…
 
The evangelical church in America is greatly challenged in this period of pandemic and cultural polarity. In this episode Laura and John focus on the great need in this cultural moment for Christians to be skin in the game, blood on the court; committed to the local church. Listeners can download a short summary piece that John wrote on this topic …
 
Continuing the conversation begun in Part One, John and Laura continue the discussion on how God works in the lives of believers to grow us to become more like Him. John points out that for us to rightly understand what it means to be in relationship with God we have to understand what He is doing- that He is transforming us! God is not just blessi…
 
Revisiting the first of the summer 2019 podcast two-part series. Every day that we live, once we come to faith in Christ, God is building sanctification in us. Sanctifying us is one of the promises - one the commitments that He has made to us. For us to rightly understand what it means to be in relationship with God we have to understand what He is…
 
What do young Christian professionals want? Like the rest of us, they want a lot and are often unhealthily driven by these wants. In this episode, Laura and John talk about the Wants, Vanity, Belief and Glory of young professionals. Listeners will see that these are much the same for anyone who seeks to follow Christ.…
 
In this second episode of the series Books, People and Passages that Have Shaped My Life, John talks about an author that he ran away from for a long time. That author is John Piper, who has since become an author and teacher who has profoundly shaped his understanding of what the Bible says to be true about God and His sovereign purpose in all of …
 
It is tough to be a peacemaker in 2021. There have always been "landmine" issues in culture, like politics and faith, about which we know to talk carefully and thoughtfully. But now, it seems like the landmines are everywhere. Laura and John have an honest and biblical discussion on Being a Peacemaker in 2021 on this episode…
 
Laura and John cut to the core of how we often misunderstand prayer and avoid it or feel guilt over it. Listen in as they explain that prayer is nothing more than a two-way conversation between a child and their loving Father. Included in the show notes is a list of prayers that John uses as he prays to his Father. Prayers of Dedication https://sta…
 
Loving God is the greatest commandment. In this episode Laura and John have a free-flowing discussion on growing to love God more. They even discuss The Expulsive Power of a New Affection by 19th century Scottish minister, professor of theology and political economist Thomas Chalmers. Listening to this episode will give you practical ideas on livin…
 
Cybersecurity directly or indirectly affects all of us and is poorly understood by most of us. Dr. Seth Hamman, Director and Associate Professor of Cyber Operations and Computer Science at Cedarville University and Luke DuCharme, Red Team Operator at Wells Fargo join Laura and John to break down cybersecurity from a Christian perspective.…
 
Dr. Edgar Schein, Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology said that The bottom line for leaders is that if they do not become conscious of the cultures in which they are embedded, those cultures will manage them. This is true for all kinds of organizational leaders, even church pastors. In this episode, Laura and John discuss wi…
 
All good things must come to an end - even mentoring relationships. Josh Wykes and Evan Schindewolf are seasoned Leadership Edge Mentors in San Francisco. In this episode, they join Laura and John to give practical insights and practices they have learned on assessing and ending mentoring relationships. Show Note Tips: The following evaluative ques…
 
Modeling Belief and Obedience To Your Kids Amid the Uncertainties Laura and John cut through the parenting urgencies of this chaotic period to get to a few fundamental and practical Biblical perspectives for parenting in the new normal. They focus on how parents can model for their kids (of all ages) daily faith and faithfulness in their speech and…
 
Ethical Leadership is more than just a leader acting ethically and being legally compliant. Leadership Edge President Todd Melby and Board Chairman Randy Boyts join Laura and John in this episode in which they get at the deeper issues of ethical leadership in any organization.
 
Revisiting- the Need for Encouragement Leadership Edge Founder, John Hawkins, reflects on Hebrews 3:13 on the need, opportunity and responsibility that we have to encourage one another. He observes, "It’s revealing to see that (in Hebrews 3:13) the main action that we’re called to is not to hold each other accountable- it is rather to encourage." T…
 
During the month of August, John and Laura are taking a break from creating new podcasts so, this month, we are rebroadcasting two of our most popular episodes from 2018. In this podcast, John and Laura discuss living a lifestyle of leadership in our marriages, families, careers, communities and churches. By demonstrating a consistent "lifestyle of…
 
US Army Officer Steve Smith joins Laura and John in this discussion of the role that modeling and imitation play in learning to live the Christian life and in training others at work and at home. Access the pdf referenced titled Modeling and Imitation at www.lead-edge.com/s/Modeling-and-Imitation.pdf…
 
How do I learn to live the Christian life now? How do I help others learn to live the Christian life now? These are questions that Christians ask from their first steps of faith to their death. In this episode, Laura and John begin a two-part conversation on the New Testament practices of modeling and imitation that are foundational to learning to …
 
Changing leadership in any organization is important and usually difficult. This podcast is the second of two episodes that focus on the lessons learned at Leadership Edge as its founder stepped away from serving as President, remained on full-time staff and the Board brought in the next President. Leadership Edge Board Chair Randy Boyts and Presid…
 
Changing leadership in any organization is important and usually difficult. This podcast is the first of two episodes that focus on the lessons learned at Leadership Edge as its founder stepped away from serving as President, remained on full-time staff and the Board brought in the next President. Leadership Edge Board Chair Randy Boyts and Preside…
 
Over the years, Leadership Edge has trained hundreds of mentors who now mentor both in the US and abroad. Consistently one of the concepts in our mentor training that is most striking and appreciated by the participants is that the Holy Spirit is the Master Mentor. In this episode, Laura and John unpack what it means and looks like for a mentor to …
 
Any kind of disruption or transition has the potential to have a dizzying effect on spiritual disciplines such as prayer. This is certainly true of the current COVID-19 crisis. Laura and John discuss the great usefulness of a prayer written by Elisabeth Elliot many years ago which along with the Lords prayer serves as a means by which to reorder ou…
 
Integrity is more than honesty or morality. It is about "integratedness" - having an absolute truth or principle that is integrated into every action and aspect of our lives and influence. In this podcast, Laura and John discuss the fact that God's Word and God's Character form the basis for Christian integrity. Their discussion moves on to conside…
 
What do effective leaders do? In addition to having great character and commitment, strong leaders must be competent. Laura and John unpack seven leadership competencies in this episode that are essentials for leaders to develop. Listen to gain practical insights for successful leadership in any of your spheres of influence. https://www.lead-edge.c…
 
How do we think through, in a Christian way, these days of the pandemic? In this bonus episode, Laura and John talk through practical steps for us to take each day to gain God-centered sanity, purpose and grace. Their discussion highlights how LEI’s Five Mindsets for God-honoring Leaders provide an excellent guide for navigating this fearful and ch…
 
A crisis like the COVID-19 Pandemic quickly reveals to believers what are those things in which they have placed their hope and trust. In this episode, John and Laura discuss how God uses Christian mentoring relationships to build-up and encourage both the mentor and the mentee to keep their hope and trust in the Lord amid this crisis. John shares …
 
John and LEI propose that leadership is not necessarily about position, but about having influence. Influential leadership can be attained through consistently living a life of character, competence and commitment or the three C’s. In this podcast, John and Laura explore the first of these components-CHARACTER. They discuss character as displaying …
 
In this episode John and Laura discuss the fact that leadership is much more about interpersonal influence than about the position held in the organization. They break down a 2 x 2 diagram that shows the impact of moving from the lower left quadrant where one has no position and no influence to the upper right quadrant where one holds both position…
 
Throughout the span of our lives, God gives us many roles to play. In this podcast episode, John and Laura discuss John’s transition from serving as the President of Leadership Edge to welcoming and working under the new President Todd Melby. We focus on a quote from Jon Bloom’s book, Things Not Seen: A Fresh Look at Old Stories of Trusting God's P…
 
Part two continues the previous conversation of how God works in the lives of believers to grow us to become more like Him, John points out that for us to rightly understand what it means to be in relationship with God we have to understand what He is doing in our lives- that He is transforming us! God is not just blessing us, not just answering ou…
 
Every day that we live, once we come to faith in Christ, God is building sanctification in us. Sanctifying us is one of the promises - one the commitments that He has made to us. For us to rightly understand what it means to be in relationship with God we have to understand what He is doing- that He is transforming us! God is not just blessing us, …
 
To grow us in humility is part of the relentless commitment of God as part of His sanctification of us. John proclaims that we have to understand the wonderfulness of that! We tend to think that humbling means to hurt us or to shame us but really the synonym for humbling is freedom—and especially the freedom to know the glory and goodness of God. I…
 
We are oriented toward being prideful. John Hawkins points out that often we do not even realize how much we love pride- such as when we put ourselves forward at others expense or when we spend much time thinking about how wise or how useful we are. He proposes that pride is like a poisonous drink which we find to be delightful. Yet it is killing t…
 
When the waves of life crash over our hopes and plans, we can feel disappointed BY God and over time even become disappointed WITH God. This disappointment can lead to cynicism and doubt as we stand in judgment of God and His ways in our lives. A crisis in faith can occur because we think that all of life should support what we expect and what make…
 
When the waves of life crash over our hopes and plans, we can feel disappointed BY God and over time even become disappointed WITH God. This disappointment can lead to cynicism and doubt as we stand in judgment of God and His ways in our lives. A crisis in faith can occur because we think that all of life should support what we expect and what make…
 
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