Top Leadership Soundbites from Albert Tate

Published July 16, 2020
This article is a part of The Global Leadership Summit Faculty Spotlight series where we feature content from the upcoming #GLS20 speakers. This is a great opportunity to get a taste of what to expect from these amazing leaders!


The GLS team is excited to welcome Summit favorite pastor Albert Tate who is returning to the Summit stage! These clips give you a sense of his insightful and humorous teaching style.


 How to Increase Creativity 

Pastor Albert Tate explains his surprising way to increase creativity. 

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My Biggest Leadership Failure—Don’t React in the Meeting 

Albert shares how his natural tendency to react in the moment led to a difficult meeting with his team. 

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Getting Out of the Way 

In this excerpt from Albert’s 2017 GLS talk, he describes the importance of getting out of the way. Once you bring what you have to Jesus, you need to step out of the way so He can use His Power to transform your situation. 

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#GLS19 Summit Arts: Slow Jam 

In one of our favorite moments of #GLS19, Albert joined the Summit Arts team halfway through their slow jam for a can’t-miss mic drop moment. 




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About the Author
Albert Tate is speaking at The Global Leadership Summit 2020.

Albert Tate

Founder & Lead Pastor

Fellowship Church

Albert Tate is the founder and lead pastor of Fellowship Church, a gospel-centered, multiethnic, intergenerational church. Albert is a dynamic communicator, passionate about sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. He serves on the Board of Trustees at Azusa Pacific University and Fuller Youth Institute and was recently published in Letters to a Birmingham Jail: A Response to the Words and Dreams of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Albert and his wife, LaRosa, have three children, Zoe, Bethany and Isaac. 

Years at GLS 2015