Be a Change Maker – Read Brad Lomenick’s The Catalyst Leader
Recently Jimmy Kimmel made fun of an obvious statement as he introduced a segment where he interviewed kids. Kimmel said that he truly DOES believe young people are our future “because we’ll all be dead.”
Brad Lomenick takes a bit more of an active role than just stating the obvious. He has applied his leadership lessons from life into a yearly gathering in Atlanta called Catalyst. And while it is an event devoted to young leaders with a Christian message, it is about leadership never the less.
Called, Authentic, Passionate, Capable, Courageous, Principled, Hopeful, Collaborative. These are the key concepts that Brad Lomenick covers in his new book, “The Catalyst Leader”. You do not have to be a professed Christian to follow Brad Lomenick’s advice. His lessons apply to leaders across life’s spectrum.
In this interview, you will hear Brad Lomenick’s journey to his present day role as the director of Catalyst events that take place around the USA.
I found Brad is a real nice guy, the kind of guy you can hang with and that has an infectious smile and a solid sense of humor. You quickly sense that he is a man with a mission and behind that smile is serious fun.
Brad’s bio from BradLomenick.com:
Over the last 15 years, I’ve spent a significant amount of time convening leaders. Prior to running Catalyst, I spent 5 years involved in the growth of the nationally acclaimed Life@Work Magazine and did management consulting with Cornerstone Group. Before that, after graduating from the University of Oklahoma, I rode horses for a living on a ranch in the Colorado mountains for several years.
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