Next Generation Leadership

Young Influencers List, September Edition

Here you go, the September edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month’s lists here.

1. Nona Jones - speaker, author, and manager of Faith based partnerships at Facebook.

2. Luke Hellenbronth - UK based singer, songwriter, and worship leader with Worship Central and at Gas Street Church in Birmingham, England.

3. Catherine Lowe - Dallas based winner of The Bachelor and founder/CEO of Lowe Co, a noted graphic design and artistry company.

4. Stephen Brewster - Nashville based creative coach, producer, consultant, and music advisor.

5. Jonathan Smith - Cincinatti based founder and CEO of Kai Coach, a health and wellness startup, featured and included in TechStars 2018 summer cohort.

6. Andrew Stoddard – Colorado Springs based lead acquisitions editor for book publishing company Waterbrook & Multnomah.

7. Brianna Pate - Grand Rapids based communicator, producer and executive director at Trinity Mission Church.

Young Influencers List, August Edition

Here you go, the August edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month’s lists here.

1. Maria Taylor - ESPN host, sports analyst and part of the College Gameday crew.

2. Michael Pugh - Birmingham based CEO of Premier Productions, one of the nation’s most influential touring and event companies.

3. Onterio Green - Dallas based young adults and internet pastor at The Potters House.

4. Toni Collier - Atlanta based communicator, host, consultant and speaker.

5. Clark Campbell - Chattanooga based co-founder of Social Lion, a social media and digital marketing agency, and the Real Time Summit.

6. Jason Jaggard - LA based speaker, coach, and co-founder of Novus Global, an executive coaching company working with corporate leaders.

7. Baltazar Pazos - Redding based Chief technology and design director for Bethel.

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Here are a few critical things I’ve learned about leadership over the years: 

1. Using a carrot and stick approach to motivation doesn’t work. 

2. If people don’t feel fulfilled or aren’t growing, they won’t stay. 

3. Conflict is inevitable, so we must learn to use it well, or everything and everyone suffers. 

The team members in your organization ultimately lead to your success. And in order to build a successful team you must have strong people and diverse thinking. 

We all must keep growing, and keep learning.

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·       3 ways to support and motivate young leaders and the emerging workforce

·       The 3 biggest contributions that millennials bring to organizational life

 My friend and colleague Shane Hipps, a former megachurch pastor turned executive coach to Fortune 50 leaders, is hosting the summit. 

He has assembled some of the top leadership experts in the world to help you learn how to attract, motivate, and align the best people.  

Now, you have an opportunity to learn those same strategies through this new virtual training. 

I don’t know all the speakers personally, but I know they’ve all learned how to lead the hard way. They’ve overcome personality obstacles, difficult work environments and have learned to align even the most complex and diverse groups of people.

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Young Influencers List, July Edition

Here you go, the July edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month's lists here

1. Rachel Hollis - LA based speaker, conference producer, best-selling author and host of uber popular The Rise Podcast

2. Josh Dotzler - Omaha based pastor, social activist, and CEO of Abide Omaha, focused on transforming the inner city. 

3. Eliot Crowther - New Zealand born and Seattle based co-founder of Push Pay

4. Emmanuel Ntibonera - Congo born, and Liberty University educated founder of Ntibonera Foundation, recently partnering with Stephen Curry on a massive shoe drive for kids in the DR of Congo. 

5. The New Respects - emerging Nashville based band, with debut album releasing mid August. 

6. Megan Fate Marshman - Long Beach CA based speaker, author, storyteller, and pastor

7. Brittany and Ian Bentley - founders of Parker Clay, a socially conscious lifestyle goods company, with all products ethically made in Ethiopia. 

Young Influencers List, June Edition

Here you go, the June 2018 edition of the Young Influencers List. You can see all the past month's lists here.

1. JJ RedickNBA guard for the Philadelphia 76ers, and host of uber popular The JJ Redick Podcast. Highly recommend it. 

2. Jasmine Murray - singer, songwriter, Miss America top ten finalist in 2015, and recent top 13 finalist on American Idol. 

3. Remi Adeleke - Nigerian born former Navy Seal and actor in recent movies like Transformers and The Dark Knight. 

4. Vere Shaba - South African businesswoman, Forbes Africa under 30 List, entrepreneur and business owner focused on "green" construction and buildings. 

5. Michael Todd - Tulsa based speaker and pastor of Transformation Church

6. Austin Channing Brown - Grand Rapids based author, speaker, and activist. 

7. Matthew Soerens - DC based co-author of Welcoming the Stranger, US director of Church Mobilization for World Relief, and national coordinator for the Evangelical Immigration Table.