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FLG_026 Brad Lomenick on leadership transitions, personal growth and staring down your demons.
At some point in your life and leadership you come to what most commentators call a ‘wall’, or a crisis of limitations or whatever you might choose to name the fact that you realise you’re not as good as you thought you were and you’re not as well formed as you thought you were. Enter Darb, the nemesis leader of Brad who had this confronting reality shown to him by his team when that called him out on how he was leading and what it was like to be on the other side of him. Fast Forward several years and you get THIS conversation. A leader who faced his challenges head on, made significant personal and professional changes and is better off for it in every way, and so are we. Brad’s humility and honesty with his own journey will give you great hope in facing your own challenges and being better for it.
Brad Lomenick is an author, advisor and connector of leaders. For over a decade he led the Catalyst movement, which gathered hundreds of thousands of young leaders in the US. He’s authored two books, including The Catalyst Leader and H3 Leadership: Be Humble, Stay Hungry, Always Hustle. And Brad continues to gather leaders from around the world while also advising a handful of organizations.
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