Welcome to the Lead Well Podcast, where we’re empowering leaders like you, to create a reproductive leadership culture wherever you lead. We’re growing the whole leader—sharpening leadership skills while strengthening the heart.
Each episode features an in-depth interview with a dynamic leader followed by a conversation with a diverse group of men and women who lead in the marketplace and ministry. We’re learning and discussing how to apply key thoughts and principles to our day-to-day roles and responsibilities as leaders, and having some fun along the way!
Wherever you are on your leadership journey, Lead Well is for you!
Pastors Matt & Angel Rigsby joins us again for another episode of the Lead Well Podcast. In the previous episode, Matt & Angel open the topic around best practices in keeping a good and healthy marriage relationship where they talk about the three (3) must-haves in every couple’s lives. They are Daily Delay, Weekly Withdrawal, and Annual Abandon. They have already discussed the first two, and so f
Pastors Matt & Angel Rigsby leads the Marriage Ministry of the Victory Church. They have been married for 21 years and have been part of the ministry for the same number of years. They started in youth couple ministry, moved on to discipleship ministry and then to marriage ministry, and have now been marriage ministers for the past 10 years.
Joining us once again for another episode of the Lead Well Podcast is Pastor Aaron Born. In our previous episode with Pastor Aaron, we highlighted the importance of connecting men to their most meaningful relationships in life.
Aaron Born, Men’s Ministry Director for Victory Church ATL. This episode is dedicated to our male listeners as we spotlight our male leaders at Victory. With Men United, Pastor Aaron helped build the bridges and remove obstacles to help connect men with the most meaningful relationships in their life.
In this episode of the Lead Well Podcast, join us for part two of our interview with Pastors Israel and Sonia Piotter. We continue our conversations from the previous episode where we talk about learning how to carry other people’s burdens. Whether it is forced upon us or we choose to receive them readily.
In this episode of the Lead Well Podcast, we are joined by Pastors Israel and Sonia Piotter. They serve as the Forward Ministry Pastors at Victory Church ATL. Join the conversation as we talk about learning how to experience the weight of someone’s crisis, self-care, and balancing your life in and outside of the church.
This episode marks the 1st Anniversary of the podcast. It has been quite a journey, and to celebrate this milestone, we are putting the spotlight on the leaders serving at Victory Church Atlanta. Joining us today is Javon Legons, and he discusses the importance of leading with C.A.R.E.
In episode 11 of the Lead Well Podcast, Executive Pastor of Guest Experience and Pastoral Care at Victory Church, Olin Holly, shares two key elements for leading with peace, self-care for leaders, and the importance of our daily decision to choose peace over pressure!
In episode 10 of the Lead Well Podcast, we learn from innovation strategist Natalie Born about the three types of innovation, the phases of innovation that will help you move from an idea to a viable plan, and the iterative nature of innovation.
Jace Rabe, president of Tolaro Global in Benin, West Africa, shares the importance of connecting and cultivating trust before influencing others as well as the impact of servant leadership in the marketplace.
In this episode of the Lead Well podcast, we speak to the senior pastor of Victory Church, Johnson Bowie, about his recent transition, his passion for reproductive leadership, and how we can become reproductive leaders ourselves.
On this episode of the Lead Well podcast, we’re joined by Dr. Kendra Momon for a discussion on leadership, diversity and trust currency. In this episode, Dr. Momon offers practical wisdom, from leading with grace in difficult seasons to the importance of seeing others in the image of God, in order to embody diversity, inclusion and equity. Filled with great insight and infused with a balanced app
You were wired to fulfill your purpose and intentionally created by God to support your assignment. Join us for episode 6 of the Lead Well podcast as we continue our conversation with marriage and family counselor, pastor, coach and consultant Chip Judd about the importance of exploring the "why’s" of our hearts, capturing our thoughts, and being wired to ultimately support our asssgnment.
One of the brain’s primary functions is to protect us by way of recognizing previous patterns and making predictions. Join us for episode 5 of the Lead Well podcast, as we speak with marriage and family counselor, pastor, coach and consultant Chip Judd about the brain’s response to change, our hearts, and moving from a reactive state to one of simplified living.
Leaders are uniquely positioned to be the architects of the future—and this takes creativity. In episode four of the Lead Well Podcast, Cheri Cochran and Mark Miller, best-selling author and Vice President of High Performance Leadership for Chick-fil-A restaurants, continue their discussion on creativity. As we navigate these challenging times, let’s get equipped and lead with ingenuity!
Uncertain times call for decisive leadership. On episode 3 of the Lead Well podcast, Dr. Chand lays out key principles to lead others through times of crisis.
In this episode of the Lead Well Podcast, Cheri Cochran speaks with Mark Miller, best-selling author and Vice President of High Performance Leadership at Chick-fil-A Inc., about how the most effective leaders embrace creativity. Join the conversation!
In episode one of the Lead Well Podcast, Cheri Cochran chats about values in leadership with Dr. Dawn Marie Kier, "Chief Heart Doctor" at New Dawn Consulting. Tune in!