Next Level Leaders with Dr. Joseph Walker, III

Careers #150

Next Level Leaders, hosted by Dr. Joseph Walker III, lead pastor Mt. Zion Nashville, provides useful and insightful resources to help leaders RISE (Reimagine, Invest, Succeed, and Elevate). Each episode addresses the intersect between Christianity and the marketplace through conversations with successful leaders. Listeners will be mentored, inspired, and challenged to succeed at the next level. Tune in and start moving from vision to reality!

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  • nafjd
    Life Changing
    This podcast is absolutely amazing! It provides critically important guidance for those seeking ways to become more focused, balanced, goal oriented leaders who execute flawlessly. Bishop Joseph Walker has a tremendous gift that continues to bless me along my journey. I incorporate his guidance and often share it with others! Thank you!
  • Whatsupmanup
    Courageous Content
    This podcast is always encouraging, enlightening, and provides wisdom to me as I grow in my leadership capacity.
  • Taychand
    Great resource
    Thank you Bishop Walker III for spending this time to pour into us in such a rich and valuable way.
  • malfoxley
    Great show!
    Dr. Walker, host of the podcast, highlights all aspects of leadership and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
  • M12EDRVN
    Bouncing Back from Defeat 10/20!
    I loved your message given on my born day about bouncing back from defeat, I had been dealing with depression from past mishaps. This message gave me my confidence and determination back to become who I was destined to be from the start despite my mishaps. To know that God still loves me, and still has miraculous plans for my future gives me so much joy! Thank you for reminding me that God still deems me worthy!
  • Cashrule_qtbilli
    Great Podcast
    Great podcast I look forward to new episodes every Tuesday. As I apply the knowledge to my Leadership skills, I can see the results.
  • UMORobinson
    After 27 years of teachings and sermons, I still learn something new every time I listen to you. Your gift of teaching is a blessing to so many. I am thankful to be a member of Mt. Zion!
  • latch35419
    Believing in Your Brand
    This is right on time for leaders who are pivoting to steer differently for what or where is next for their team, organization, ministry, church or business. This broadcast will give you leverage in strategizing and planning for next. Excellent! Thank you Bishop Walker.
  • VelvetPOPAS
    Amazing and so inspirational
    This podcast is great . I look forward to hearing from you every week and especially with Dr. Stephanie. You are doing an amazing work with this project.
  • Littlebiddyprettyone
    Next Level Leaders Podcast
    This podcast cast is so informative and inspirational! Thank you Bishop Walker for using your platform to introduce us to these stories that we may not have otherwise have heard. I’ve enjoyed them all and have encouraged others to listen!
  • csipolice
    As always Bishop Walker Breaks downs very important topics like no other. I am very thankful for the time and energy you have place in these discussions.
  • jossythaPasta
    Wisdom Telling It Like It is...
    This podcast with D. Freeman was revelatory, powerful and instructional. “A case study in success.” Thank you Bishop for sowing “insight, passion and wisdom,” to our ears and the spirit of our souls! You’re interviewing skills are, “Are Motivational Goals.”Multi-millionaire goals that help bring dreams of others into fruition:) Peace 🥰
  • Never Give Up!!!!
    Truly Blessed
    Thank you so much Bishop and First Lady. Outstanding message!!! You all are the best!!!
  • mayallday
    Thank you so much for sharing your experience and perspective; the material is relevant and timeless. I am looking forward to the next episode! The general consensus is that leaders are born and not made, but I love the idea that leaders CAN be made and also deal with vulnerability. As someone who was a late bloomer—in many ways including socially—it is inspiring to hear about the unusualness of your journey and receive confirmation regarding my personal growth.
  • Two225345
    Awesome Awesome Awesome!!!
    This was so inspiring and I can’t wait for the next episode. I’m so glad my daughter Sherry Porter a student a WKU told me about your ministry. She’s been attending your church since she’s been in college and Dr. Walker you have really been a blessing to my daughter and me. Thanks for allowing God to use you and I pray that he continues to bless you and everything your hands touch🙏🏾💕🎉
  • Tiff38tiff
    Love my God, My Pastor, My Church
    This is an amazing tool! I have been a member of MTZ for over 20yrs. I love the relevant word that has been permeating thru this church my whole tenure. I am thankful for my church and the man of God who continues to make beautiful strides to reach the masses. God bless you and may God continue to bless you. I am standing under what I understand!
  • Schuronda
    You’re an Eagle
    I have been a member of Mt. Zion over 20 years and I have never been presented with nothing but greatness through his passion, through his growth, and his through his life lessons as a pastor. Fly high!
  • Dre the Poet
    Cream ALWAYS rises to the top!!!
    Joseph Warren Walker III has always been at the epicenter of engagement. Nothing beats hearing the future in present digestible morsels. Im looking forward to seeing the ripples of this podcast. 💪
  • Nwalton1
    Amazing Podcast
    My awesome Bishop never seizes to amaze me. Dr. Joseph Walker is very knowledgeable and loves to teach. It’s such an honor to be a member at Mt. Zion because my husband and I have grown tremendously. If you think this podcast is amazing download the mtzionnashville app. I promise it will bless you just as this podcast has blessed me.
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