Today we kick off a series of conversations with some folks that I’ve been interviewing over the past few weeks, and I can’t wait to share them with you! I love getting to introduce you to people who are going to enrich your world, and I really hope it’ll feel like you’re just sitting down with some friends.
Today I’m excited to welcome Tyler Reagin to the show! Tyler is the founder and CEO of The Life Giving Company (lifegiving.co). He is the author of The Life-Giving Leader and Leading Things You Didn’t Start launching March 2. He was the President of Catalyst, a leadership development organization that exists to unify and equip leaders who love the Church through resources and experiential events.
Prior to leading the charge at Catalyst, 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.
On this episode, we discuss:
· Having confidence in your calling
· Inheriting a team you didn’t start
· The importance of patience in leadership
· Bringing life to people in the process
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Nicole Unice is a popular author and communicator who is passionate about facilitating environments of safety and vulnerability so that individuals and communities can courageously identify the obstacles keeping them from maximum potential.
Nicole lives in Richmond, VA with her husband, three children, and two dogs!
In her books, Nicole is passionate about making transformation attainable and accessible to people in all stages of life. As a coach, she brings clarity and courage for individuals and teams as they pursue a preferred future. As a speaker, Nicole brings both wit and wisdom to the platform, with an honest and vulnerable approach that appeals to both faith and leadership environments alike.