A Visionary Communicator

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Jesus is a perfect example for every aspect of my life and my leadership. Scripture is full of examples of how Jesus engaged people, communicated leadership, led with a different definition of vision, and moved people toward openness to change and transformation. Unfortunately, Christian leaders often take leadership cues from the world often when it comes to understanding these powerful elements of leadership that are actually incredibly modeled by Jesus. Jesus did not lead people the way the world has taught us to lead.

A Visionary Communicator is a one-on-one engagement for leaders who desire to experience the kind of transformation in themselves and in those they intend to lead.  This is a community God is creating through our ministry to transform leaders more into the image and nature of Jesus as they faithfully lead others both in business and in ministry.

THIS IS NOT:
1.  A COACHING relationship – “I have a plan and a program and wisdom you need to follow.”
2.  A MENTORING relationship – “I’m an expert and you can be one too.”
3.  A CONSULTING arrangement – “Follow my example and advice.”

Instead, this is described more as an EXCAVATING experience, unearthing and uncovering what I believe God is already speaking to you about and showing you as a leader.  This is an effort of uncovering and clarifying a vision for yourself and for those God has placed under your leadership.  Read more…

There are (4) passages of scripture serving as the foundation for this experience designed to transform a leader of a home, a ministry or a business into a very different kind of leader Jesus modeled for us.

  1.  Ephesians 1:18 (NIV) – “I pray that the eyes of your heart may be enlightened in order that you may know the hope to which he has called you, the riches of his glorious inheritance in his holy people…”A visionary communicator, modeled after Jesus, grows in the discipline of worshiping, reading God’s Words and hearing and seeing God’s leadership and vision from the “soul”, the “eyes of the heart” more than the “wisdom of his mind.”
  2. II Corinthians 4:18 (NIV) – So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.A visionary communicator, modeled after Jesus, grows in their discipline to stay focused and lead through God’s vision for themselves and for others rather than being captivated and consumed by focusing on temporary, tangible results of leading.
  3. Habakuk 2:2-3 (THE MESSAGE) – And then God answered: “Write this. Write what you see. Write it out in big block letters so that it can be read on the run. This vision-message is a witness pointing to what’s coming. It aches for the coming—it can hardly wait!  And it doesn’t lie. If it seems slow in coming, wait. It’s on its way. It will come right on time.A visionary communicator, modeled after Jesus,  seeks after God’s incredible vision for themselves and for those they are leading, and puts this vision in ink on paper so it can be referenced easily, even when we are on the run.
  4. Psalm 110:1-5 (NIV)– The Lord says to my lord:  “Sit at my right hand until I make your enemies a footstool for your feet.”   2 The Lord will extend your mighty scepter from Zion, saying, “Rule in the midst of your enemies!” 3 Your troops will be willing on your day of battle. Arrayed in holy splendor, your young men will come to you like dew from the morning’s womb.A visionary communicator, modeled after Jesus, places themselves closer to the right hand of God personally, and learns to allow God to work and bring about transformation and answers in His time and in His way.

These passages serve as the biblical foundation for every discussion and every new insight into the way Jesus so profoundly led and moved people toward transformation.

This time together focuses on the following specifically:

  1.  Communicating the way Jesus models communicaton in scripture, as a visionary communicator.
  2. Re-defining the concept of “leading with vision” based on God’s Word, not the example of business.
  3. The approach of Jesus to moving people, getting them engaged and committed.
  4. Conflict resolution done the way Jesus modeled.
  5. Vision for my life and my family clarified profoundly must come before vision for my ministry, my business or my endeavor.

Read two testimonies from men who have been working in this experience.

For more information, contact Todd directly.