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17 Leadership Insights Heard at the Global Leadership Summit

If you weren’t able to attend the 2014 Global Leadership Summit, here’s a rundown of some of the key takeaways.

“Leaders need to have a ruthless commitment to resolving relational conflict regardless of how bad it feels” ~Bill Hybels

“The highest calling of leadership is to unlock the potential of people.” – Carly Fiorna

“The blessings of God are not meant to be hoarded but shared.” ~ Bryan Loritts

“If you feel frustrated and limited in your potential. If a relationship isn’t where it’s should be, stop and ask the question, “What’s the crucial conversation we’re either not holding or not holding well.” ~Joseph Grenny

“The myth that we have to choose between being truthful and keeping a friend is at the heart of dysfunction.” ~Joseph Grenny

“I’m kinda tired of hearing about servant leadership. You know why? Because I don’t think there is any other kind.” ~Patrick Lencioni

“Leadership is too important when being a leader is more important than being a dad/husband.” ~Patrick Lencioni

“3 most dangerous mistakes leaders make: 1. Becoming a leader for the wrong reason. 2. Failing to embrace vulnerability. 3. Making leadership too important.” ~Patrick Lencioni

“Don’t ask the question if you’re not going to do anything about the answer. With revelation comes responsibility.” ~Wilfredo De Jesus

“The message is sacred, not the method.” ~Wilfredo De Jesus

“God cannot use a man or woman greatly until he wounds them deeply.” ~ A.W. Tozer

“Life is short, but God is big. God is able to do anything.” ~Louie Giglio

“You don’t have to know everything about the mountain in front of you to take the next step.” ~Louie Giglio 

“The stakes are too high for us to die with a small vision.” ~Louie Giglio

“Humility is not a character trait to be developed, it’s the byproduct of being with Jesus.” ~Louie Giglio

“The highest calling of leadership is to unlock the potential of people.” ~Carly Fiorna

“As a leader you’re in the business of giving people confidence.” ~Jeff Immelt

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Andrew Hess is the director of content at the White Horse Inn and editor of corechristianity.com. He formerly served as the editor of churchleaders.com. His writing has been featured on The Gospel Coalition and Focus on the Family. He lives in San Diego with his wife Jen and they recently welcomed their first child. Connect with Andrew on Twitter @AndrewWHess.