Learning to Lead Episode #036: Matt Geppert
Matt Geppert is the President of SEAPC , which is a global community of prayer operating in 25 nations through health, education, parenting, and micro-economics.
Connect with Matthew:
South East Asia Prayer Center – http://www.seapc.org/
- Tell us about you (2:28)
- Walk us through your leadership journey. How did you get to this point? (5:28)
- Mentoring: Who has mentored you and what impact did those relationships have on you? (7:30)
- What characteristics do young leaders need to develop in order to attract great mentors? (10:37)
- What do you do to continually grow and develop as a leader? (12:33)
- What books would you recommend to young leaders? (14:19)
- How do you process pain as a leader? (17:20)
- Why does the South East Asia Prayer Center exist? (20:06)
- Talk about our role as leaders as it relates to our neighbors. (24:50)
- What does it actually take to gain trust and influence with other cultures around the world? (26:38)
- How can people partner with and serve your ministry? (29:48)
- If you had to give young leaders any advice, what would it be? (31:43)
- Where do you see yourself in 20-30 years? (33:32)
- Any last words? (35:02)
- The question isn’t, “Do my neighbors know me?” The question is, “Do I know my neighbors?”
- Ownership begins with information – simplify information so it’s easy for others to consume
- The busier we are, the more important it is to pray
- Prayer and listening build trust and influence
- We live in an international city, we need to take advantage of that
- Pray as much as you can
- Be confident in who you are in Christ
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