Today's podcast is part 2 in a series of how to have the difficult conversations in order to resolve conflict.

Chris and Karin Conlee focus on fears that prevent us from having those hard conversations. Some of the fears we’ll walk though on today’s podcast are:

Fear of rejection

Fear of disapproval

Fear of loss

Fear of being the bad buy

Fear of getting hurt

In 2002 Chris and Karin Conlee launched Highpoint Church in Memphis,TN,  and have been serving the Memphis community ever since. Chris and Karin also host Love Works podcast where they interview influential leaders and offer best practices for your life, ministry, and business.
Today's podcast is part one of a 3-part podcast on normalizing conflict. Chris and Karin talk very honestly and openly about conflict being normal. They explain why it's not the absence of conflict, but how we react to it that makes all the difference in our relationships.

Phil Hodges is a co-founder of Lead Like Jesus and a co-author of Lead Like Jesus Revisited.

In today's podcast Phil discusses ways marketplace leaders, or for that matter most leaders, misunderstand and underestimate Jesus as a leader. Phil shines a light on how so many leaders tend to look at Jesus as irrelevant to their day-to-day operations, and how this separation between the secular and the sacred can take a leader on a very dangerous, or even destructive path. 

Ken Blanchard, the best selling author of the The One Minute Manager® and Lead Like Jesus Revisited, talks about pride, fear, and how these attitudes affect leaders. Humility, non-verbal communication, being slow to speak and quick to listen are just a few aspects of leadership Ken touches on in this podcast. 

Using the newly released book Lead Like Jesus Revisited as the basis, Ken highlights how Jesus, the greatest Leader of all time, helps us in all leadership seasons of life. 

Mick Ukleja, Founder and President of LeadershipTraQ and an expert on ethics, shares with us insights from his book titled Managing the Millennials.

Mick addresses the generational gap and potential pitfalls that can occur when those who manage Millennials and emerging generations fail to both understand them and adjust their managing style to the behavior and the needs of the younger generations.