In times of uncertainty, we must defer to the will of God to find unity. We cannot forget our mission and the source of our strength.
The Book of Mormon details the master class on leadership that Jesus Christ taught during His first day among the Nephites.
BYU’s strategic plan to share a unique light with the world is accomplished when we unite for group revelation within a gospel methodology.
Modern mighty women in Israel do the Lord's work in different ways. Here, Brother Brough explains how each of those ways is significant to God.
In this commencement address, Elder Holland declares that the light of God's love is powerful enough to banish all shadows and forces of darkness.
Dr. Clayborne Carson, Stanford University Historian, shares some personal insights from the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr.
By cultivating the light of Christ within us as well as our own unique talents, we can be the lower lights to bring others to the Savior.
The humility to learn from mistakes, to learn from the examples of others, and to choose peace in difficult moments, is the essence of good leadership.
In the profession of engineering as well as in life, collaboration is an essential piece in the "anatomy of invention."
Liz Wiseman shares how being comfortable with "not knowing" instead of being overconfident improves our success in leadership and learning.
We should accept direction from our mentors and we should give good direction to those we mentor. Working hard will lead us in the right direction.
President Eyring honors Kevin J Worthen, new President of Brigham Young University, as a leader and mentor of other children of God.
BYU August 2012 Commencement
That’s what I want to talk about today...the relatively private conversations whereby leaders change people and transform organizations.
A brief but insightful exchange with BYU President Jeffrey R. Holland taught this student how to walk together with others while inviting them to "step up.
The last days are not for the faint of heart or the spiritually out of shape. The gospel's power will help us persevere and lead.
The Lord wants us to spread light and truth to the world through courageous, energetic, and inspirational leadership.
The Lord needs strong leaders as His work moves forward. He is performing miracles, and has important work for each of us to do.
In this university conference, Alan L. Wilkins presents thoughts on how BYU can better become a light that is a standard to the nations. As we focus our efforts in becoming leaders, BYU will stand out as a light and a standard to all around.
If we look to and study the life of Jesus Christ, we can come to know how we can become a leader in our families, church callings, and secular settings.
Good managers produce personal gain and rely on the wisdom of the world, but great leaders build the Lord's kingdom. Leadership relies on God.
Each of us is called to be a torchbearer for the Lord. To carry His light bright and strong, we need the virtues of a loving, diligent servant.
In a time when the Church experiences great growth throughout the world, we need to prepare to be its leaders, and our preparation begins with testimony.
As we develop faith, courage, and determination and strive to improve and share our talents and gifts, we will become the leaders God needs us to be.
To be covenant children of God is a call to leadership. The price for such leadership is often loneliness, but peace of conscience is the reward.
When doing the Lord's work, failure is not an option. Creative leadership in our callings can help us discern the needs and talents of those we serve.
If we are to become, as the Savior commanded, the "salt of the earth," we must be prepared for academic, business, and civic leadership in the world.