Character: We are distinguished and set apart by our desire to be “Christ-like,” our honesty, and our integrity.
Inspirational: We provide not only through our words, but by our lives, a valuable, uplifting, and motivating example of how to live, lead and inspire others. Our developed leaders know that God has called them to be a person of influence. They want to lead. We empower them by inspiring them.
Excellence: We have no interest in being “good.” Our character drives our desire for greatness, in all that we do and say.
Courageous: We are never deterred by risk, danger, or pain. We are valorous in our approach to chaos and difficulty.
Transformational: As leaders, we approach every opportunity, with a desire to see others exceed their expectations in every endeavor. We believe that every person is a leader and can be transformed, by God’s grace, into more than they ever expected to be.
Sustainability: We train and develop leaders for the “long haul.” We are certain that the transformational development that we seek in others ought to be continuous, on-going, and permanent.
Pragmatic: We are not “leadership theorists.” We develop leadership skills in others through what we know works, because we have lived it in the real world.