Russ Swaim

Russ Swaim is the British Columbia Director of LeaderImpact. His background is in organizational leadership and coaching. Over the last 15 years he has worked with organizations, companies, and individuals to propel them toward greater profitability and significance through consulting and coaching. He has lived in New York City, Shanghai, and Vancouver, where he received a master’s degree from Regent College. Russ has experienced the impact of crossing cultures and understands the unique challenges it brings for building effective teams and communicating effectively.

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Written by Russ Swaim

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Marketplace Ministry: A Light for Leaders

LeaderImpact shares this story of how a simple conversation became an opportunity to lead someone to Jesus. Read more Read more...

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To the Ends of the Earth (and around the corner)

Dr. Lockhart shared at a Mission Central round-table discussion for mission leaders and pastors, in Oct 2018. Read more Read more...

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Altar Vision Devotional - Week 3

How do I prioritize surrender to God and my personal relationships? Read more Read more...

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Does Systemic Racism Exist in the Canadian Church?

Watching out for us-and-them thinking in our congregations and systemic racism in Canada Read more Read more...

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10 important ways church planting can help women

When we think of missions, church planting may be the first thing that comes to mind. Yet it is often not thought of as ministry to women. Read more Read more...