ABOUT BILL DONAHUE

Bill’s vision is: “Resourcing life-changing leaders for world-changing influence.” Leaders and their teams need a clear personal vision and a transformational team strategy. This requires work in 3 key areas: Maximize Leadership Capacity, Sharpen Mission Clarity & Build Transformational Community. Bill has leadership experience in both the for-profit and non-profit arena. After working for P&G in New York and PNC Corp. in Philadelphia, Bill was Director of Leader Development & Group Life for the Willow Creek Church & Association where he created leadership strategies and events for over 10,000 leaders on 6 continents in over 30 countries.

Is Your Church Missing an Opportunity to Connect People at Weekend Services? Learning from a Willow Creek Reboot

What are you doing to leverage your auditorium or worship center for connection?

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6 Critical Reasons for Developing the “Middle” of Your Teams

What about the development of middle leadership roles? People have skills and experience beyond entry-level leadership and yet do not desire, are not ready for, or not gifted for – top-level posts. Where are the development strategies for these emerging leaders?

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Does Your Onstage Performance Reflect Your Backstage Practices?

We need real leaders whose performance “backstage” – off camera, away from the excitement and spotlights – is congruent with we see up front.

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7 Ways to Keep Community at the Core of Your Church

The heart of the gospel is community – the message that the God who lives in community came to restore community with his people through the life, death and resurrection of his son.

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Entrepreneurial Leadership in Non-Profits

What are you doing to make sure people are part of the innovative vision you are pursuing?

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Clarity Process

Three effective ways to start moving toward clarity right now.