Leading Things You Didn’t Start

by | Feb 23, 2021 | Leadership, Webinars & Podcasts

How do you handle becoming a leader over a team that loved the previous leader? How do you, as the new leader, honor the past without getting trapped in it? Do you wonder if you can really lead this team to follow your vision?

Join Tyler Reagin as he discusses how to make this transition smoothly in order to become the best leader you can be.

Tyler Reagin 

Tyler is the founder and CEO of The Life Giving Company (lifegiving.co). He is the author of “The Life-Giving Leader” (Oct 2018) and a 2nd leadership book due out March 2021, “Leading Things You Didn’t Start”. He was the President of Catalyst. Prior to that, Tyler served for seven years under the leadership of Andy Stanley as the Service Programming Director of Browns Bridge Community Church (a campus of North Point Ministries). He received his Masters of Divinity from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and serves as a leadership coach for teams and organizations.

https://www.tylerreagin.com/

Tyler shares from his book coming out March 2nd. Pre-order yours now to dig deeper into this topic!

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