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Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast

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The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
138 Episodes
Since 2020, trust is no longer the default posture in the workplace. The problem? Trust is the glue that holds your team together. Dr. Henry Cloud joins us to share the key elements of trust that will help you accomplish your mission. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Have you lost the momentum you once had? In today’s episode, Craig shares a practical plan to revive energy and drive in your leadership and asks you the four key questions that will help you jump-start your momentum at work and at home. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Cynt Marshall has been first plenty of times—from student council to being the first Black female CEO in the NBA. Her forty years of climbing and growing taught her that nothing matters more than loving the people you serve. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Creating momentum is like launching a rocket. You’ll use a disproportionate amount of energy to get off the ground, but once you overcome gravity, you can maintain your momentum with minimal effort. Today, Craig shares the four factors that fuel momentum. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Unusual times demand unusual leadership. Luckily, you aren’t a usual leader. You’re driven, passionate, and willing to be unreasonable. Today, Craig shares why we need “Strategic Unreasonableness” in leadership and gives three ways to think unreasonably. Watch video and download the leader guide:
People may admire your strengths, but they’ll connect with your weaknesses. In today’s episode, bestselling author and speaker Albert Tate shares how authentic, vulnerable communication can be the superpower that makes you a more compelling leader. Watch video and download the leader guide:
According to John Maxwell, communication is “the most important skill.” So if you want to grow in your leadership, grow in your communication. In this episode, John shares his best insights on communication for writers, leaders, and public speakers. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Your leadership moves in the direction of your strongest thoughts. Unfortunately, it's easy to focus on the negatives and head in the wrong direction. Today, best-selling author Jon Gordon dives into the science of optimism and positivity in leadership. Watch video and download the leader guide:
It’s rare that an organization lasts beyond the third generation. Why is that? In today’s episode, I explain the three generational mindsets and how you can lead your entire team to "think like an owner" no matter their age, role, or tenure. Watch video and download the leader guide:
As a leader, you're not only leading. You're leading towards growth. In this episode, New York Times bestseller and business coach Donald Miller shares six things you need to grow your business, church, or non-profit and build an organization that lasts. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Early in her career, Amy Porterfield felt insecure about her education and experience (or lack thereof.) Now a New York Times bestselling author and business coach, Amy shares how to grow into the confident, courageous leader you want to be. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Success is always a good thing—until it isn’t. Join Craig’s conversation with pro athlete, podcaster, and New York Times bestselling author Lewis Howes, and learn why service always trumps success and how to develop your own “greatness mindset.”Watch video and download the leader guide:
The potential of your leadership is a reflection of the quality of your habits. In this episode, Craig outlines the final four habits many great leaders have in common. If you want to have a bigger impact, develop better habits. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Few things in life are more frustrating than knowing you need to change and trying to change but never changing. This episode dives into the first two points of Craig's newest book, The Power to Change: Mastering the Habits That Matter Most. Watch video and download the leader guide:
What sets apart great leaders? Great leaders are fanatically consistent with a few strategic habits. Today, Craig outlines the first four habits many great leaders have in common. If you want to grow in your leadership, start mastering these habits. Watch video and download the leader guide:
If you’re like most leaders, you have days when you love your job way more than others. What sets those great days at work apart? And is it possible to have even more? Today, Patrick Lencioni outlines the freedom of discovering your Working Genius. Watch video and download the leader guide:
If you want to be more effective as a leader, you need to get more strategic with your habits. In this episode, Craig helps you identify who you want to be as a leader and what habit you need to start this year to get there. Watch video and download the leader guide: 
For the first time, five generations are sharing today’s modern workplace. That’s a big opportunity. In this episode, Tim Elmore shares how to leverage the strengths of Gen Z, Builders, and every generation in between to accomplish more together. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Leading without healthy boundaries can lead to feeling frustrated, burned out, and ineffective. In today’s episode, my good friend Lysa TerKeurst returns with practical strategies for learning when and how to create boundaries at work and at home. Watch video and download the leader guide:
What team members are looking for today is different than what they were looking for three years ago. In this episode, Craig outlines three new employee “wants” in the workplace and how you can create a workplace culture people don’t want to leave. Watch video and download the leader guide:
Comments (63)

Aakash Amanat

I've been an avid listener of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast for quite some time now, and I must say, it's been an incredible source of inspiration and practical wisdom for anyone looking to grow in their leadership journey. Craig's insights and experiences are always relatable and applicable, whether you're leading a team in a corporate setting or even just trying to enhance your personal leadership skills. The way Craig tackles various leadership topics, ranging from communication and decision-making to building a positive work culture, is truly commendable. He has a unique way of breaking down complex concepts into digestible nuggets that can be implemented immediately. One of the things I appreciate most is how he often draws from his own experiences and challenges, making the podcast feel genuine and relatable.

Aug 21st

M Morr

shoot a bullet and see where it hits. you use that term in today's gun issues??? I stopped the podcast at that point

Jun 1st



Mar 13th

W. Roy

I started reading the compound effect after listening to this podcast and it's a great read. Thanks for the suggestion. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to improve or better themselves and their daily habits.

Jan 12th

Katie Goetschel

so great!! thank you!

Dec 21st

John Nilsson

What a champion woman!

Dec 10th

Dylan Wayne Katter

Loved this! Thank you so much!

Oct 3rd

James Hogan

Fantastic content!

Apr 28th

Troy Marsh

This is an amazing episode! Two of my most favorite people and leaders around. If you are leading anyone (including just yourself) , this is a must listen to.

Feb 2nd

Marci Gerke

My two favorite leadership trainers in one podcast. Loved this episode!

Jan 26th

Jessica Jones

SO Good. I left my 20yr very successful career of working with & building programs for the homeless in May of 2019. And have been STRUGGLING in finding my purpose. It has also brought me closer to God as I have been forced to slow down & hear HIS voice and see what HE has planned for me. I have been amazed at how he has provided for me and my son despite earning less than 30% of what I was - and yet we have not gone without anything🥰

Dec 23rd
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Lenore and Mark

love this concept... have been trying this for some time before hearing this podcast but this has made this concept so much clearer now... thanks for the inspiration!

Nov 7th

M Morr

amazing. thank you.

Nov 6th

Andrew Murray

Great podcast.

Sep 7th

Jacqlyn Hewell

Needed to hear this message today. So encouraging

May 24th

Jacqlyn Hewell

best podcast on influence verses position

May 24th

H. Michael Dahl

Pastor Craig, chef Mike here from Dry Gulch. I go to the Owasso campus now. I did the workout, it did kick my butt, however, I can't jump off my knees. 🥴 I will add it to my rotation. Your podcast is one of my top three. thank you

Apr 15th

Jake Fred

This is such an outstanding message. one thing that I would lead people to see is that the struggle is one of the opportunities. Everything we are presented with has the ability to be molded and to mold us. That is what an opportunity is.

Mar 31st
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Ryan Ayres

Interesting perspective. Late summer

Mar 28th

Peter Kriška

just awesome!

Jan 29th
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