Aligning your values and beliefs with Orrin Liewuen #115

By Sam Sims

Today on the Follower of One podcast, Mike Henry sits down with Orrin Liewuen, owner of Lionheart Leadership, located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. Lionheart Leadership is focused on helping others increase his clients’ confidence and resourcefulness through the clients’ beliefs and values. In this podcast, Mike and Orrin talk about the importance of aligning your beliefs, working with someone that holds different beliefs and values, how Orrin came to the Lord, moving from vocational ministry to leadership training, how Christianity plays into leadership training, and the importance of stepping out of your comfort zone.

Outline of the Episode

Orrin Liewuen
  • 0:25 – Introduction to Orinn
  • 1:24 – Aligning your values and beliefs
  • 2:37 – Working with someone with which you disagree
  • 3:10 – How Orrin came to the Lord
  • 4:47 – Getting into leadership with John Maxwell
  • 5:46 – Moving from Vocational Ministry to Leadership
  • 7:43 – About Lionheart Leadership
  • 11:11 – The tools used in Leadership Training
  • 15:00 – How Christianity plays into leadership Training
  • 18:34 – Stepping out of your comfort zone

Aligning your values and beliefs 

Aligning your beliefs and your values as a leader is one of the most important pieces of being an effective leader. When you align your values and beliefs, it increases your confidence. You know what you believe, and your actions portray that. It also makes you more resourceful for the team that you’re leading.

How Christianity Plays into Leadership Training

When you’re a Christian in a leadership role, you are no longer acting as yourself. When you lead a team as a Christian, your job is to effectively lead your team towards what Christ wants, not your personal desires. It is one thing to be an effective leader, but being a good Christian leader is a whole new job.

Stepping out of your comfort zone

When you succeed as a team and you make progress, you will need to step out of your comfort zone. Nothing will get done if you stay where you are comfortable. When you step outside of your comfort zone, you will grow and learn. 

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