About Perry Noble Leadership Podcast

Perry Noble is the former Senior Pastor of NewSpring Church in South Carolina. Perry will be the first to say that there's no secret formula for being a successful leader, but there is a PERFECT example – Jesus Christ. This podcast is for those who are ready to be challenged in their faith and stretched as leaders and for those willing to do whatever it takes to be more like Jesus.

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Perry Noble Leadership Podcast

Building Great Teams

Episode Summary No leader achieves success on his or her own. And no great leader defines success via personal accolades, but rather by the success he or she brings to others. The importance of building great teams through building the individual team members is paramount to the legacy of a leader.But building great teams is no easy task. In this episode of the Perry Noble Leadership Podcast, Perry Noble outlines what steps you can take to build your team and how to have a lasting impact in any organization, at any level. Episode Resources Additional Links and Resources Mentioned in this Podcast:Proverbs 4:5 - "Get wisdom, get understanding; do not forget my words or turn away from them."Learn more and sign up for the Wave Conference on Thursday, September 17th.For free resources and additional information, check out www.newspringnetwork.com.If there's any way we can serve you, or you have any questions, email us at [email protected] with Perry:Perry on TwitterPerry on FacebookPerry on InstagramPerry’s Blog Episode Quotes Individual players get noticed, but teams win championships. — Perry NobleThe no. 1 quality to look for in a great team member is “grit” - the willingness to do whatever it takes. — Perry NobleYou might not have the resources, but do you have the resourcefulness? — Perry NobleThe leader is always the primary recruiter for great teams. — Perry NobleDifferent Place + Different Pace = Change of Perspective — Mark BattersonMy job as a leader is to make sure the "1 talent" person doesn't take that 1 talent and bury it in the sand. — Perry NobleA leader cannot hold someone accountable for unspoken, unrealistic expectations. — Perry NobleTrust in the leader is essential for a team to grow and be successful. — Perry NobleThe longer I lead, if I’m not careful, the more assumptions I will make. — Perry NobleEvery minute spent in leadership development on the front end saves an hour on the back end. — Shane Duffey All Content is © 2005 - 2017 All Rights Reserved