About Our Guest:
Daniel Allen heads up the team of guides at Daniel Allen Coaching. He has more than 35 years of experience serving leaders and executives teams in church bodies, denominations, nonprofits, and businesses. By helping clients identify where they are, where they want to go, and how to get there, he guides them to transform how they live and lead in order to create outcomes that matter for the greater good.
Daniel holds a D.Min. (1996) from Fuller Theological Seminary and is the coauthor of Nehemiah: Focused Leadership with Bobby Clinton and the author of Summoned: Stepping Up to Live and Lead with Jesus. He has taught emerging and mid-career leaders at SMU, Fuller Seminary, Bethel Seminary, and RTS-Orlando.
About the Episode:
Dana Allin and Daniel Allen discuss experiences with leaders and coaching that have supported lasting pathways for growth and change. They dive into different leadership tendencies based on our internal wiring of complying, controlling, and or protecting. Daniel gives examples of each leadership style and the two discuss some strategies for how we, as leaders, can work to move past these pitfalls to be at our best.