Here's what I've learned: you can't have good leadership if you aren't someone who is helping to develop new leaders. Constantly. It's part of God's big hamster wheel that we should all find ourselves on.
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Leadership development is not a quick fix, with results you can see in a few hours or a few months' time. This is very different than what we are used to seeing, particularly in today's (insert like, star, crying emoji here) social media culture. Leadership development is on a generational timescale, not the 'what's trending' timescale.
I believe that along with faith, leadership is being forged as conferences are planned by volunteers and executed by collegiate staff, and that the lessons imparted — even as words slip through misspelled — bear fruit in the church of Jesus Christ and beyond.