Just 3 Questions about Leadership with Eric Mason

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Dr. Eric Mason is the co-founder and Lead Pastor of Epiphany Fellowship in Philadelphia. In addition, Eric serves as the president of Thriving, a ministry dedicated to aiding ethnic minorities to be resourced and trained for ministry to the urban context. He also serves on the boards of the Acts 29 Network and Reach Life Ministries.

In this first clip, Eric answers, "Who is the best leader you've ever worked under and why were they so good?"



Eric mentioned 3 virtues about Dr. Tony Evans, who made a difference in his leadership. 
  • Exemplary family life 
  • Connected with the emotions and intellect of the people he led
  • Changed worldview

Do you let others see the real you? Do they see how you are in your family life, your personal life? What would that tell them about you?
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How do you connect with the emotions and intellect of the people you lead?
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What is your worldview? How are you leading others beyond their own small world?
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In this next clip, Eric answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to develop leaders?"


How are you continuing the training of others on your team? Are they clear in their roles, responsibilities and goals?
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How the people on your team reproducing themselves by raising up others in leadership?
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In this video, Eric answers the question, "What is the most important thing you do to develop yourself as a leader?


How are you stewarding those people and things God has placed in your care?
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In this bonus clip, Eric answer the question, "What is the most important thing you do to strengthen your Christian faith on a daily basis?"


Take some time to honestly assess your attitude in leadership. Is your identity based on what you have succeeded or failed at each day? (This can puff you up or drag you down.) Or do you base who you are on your relationship with Jesus? What needs to change?
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No two people lead exactly the same way, but there are sound leadership principles that can help you become the leader God has planned you to be. May God grant you wisdom and grace as you lead others for His glory.