Episode 127 - Leading Things You Didn't Start with Tyler Reagin
The Conversation with Adam Weber
This week on The Conversation, Adam sits down with leader, author, & his long-time friend, Tyler Reagin. Tyler and Adam delve into leadership - what to do as a new leader stepping into an organization, why fresh eyes are a gift to your organization, why caring for your team is foundational, when to push forward and when to slow down, and so much more. Get ready for an episode filled with wisdom and practical advice that will propel every leader forward.Find out more about the 10Ten Project, here: 10tenproject.com
How to Lead Things You Didn't Start with Tyler Reagin
The EntreLeadership Podcast
Organizations naturally take on the personality of their founders—so what happens when you’re asked to lead a team or business that you didn’t start? Daniel Tardy sits down with author Tyler Reagin to unpack how to step into a leadership role and honor the past while you build for the future. Be sure to stick around for our second segment where Ramsey Network Host George Kamel and Executive Vice President of EntreLeadership Daniel Ramsey join us to make a very special announcement. Take The EntreLeadership Podcast Audience Survey The EntreLeadership Podcast Tyler Reagin's website Leading Things You Didn't Start by Tyler Reagin Ramsey Solutions website Schedule a call with Tim, our producer. Learn more about the offers from our EntreLeadership Partners: BELAY | Gravy | Hite Digital Want expert help with your business question? Call 844.944.1070 and leave a message, or send an email to email@example.com. You could be featured on a future podcast episode!
Unseen Leadership Episode 62: Tyler Reagin on Calling Out Uniqueness in Leaders
In this episode of the Unseen Leadership podcast, Chandler Vannoy and Mike Kelsey are joined by Tyler Reagin founder and CEO of The Life-Giving Co., former president of Catalyst, and author of The Life-Giving Leader and his latest, Leading Things You Didn’t Start. During their conversation, they discuss calling out uniqueness in leaders, moving from self-awareness to self-management, and honoring the past as a new leader. QUOTES FROM EPISODE 61: “We spend our days chasing other people’s uniqueness.” “If we don’t believe that how He uniquely made us matches what He called us to do, that is a bad theology.” “Do not spend your days trying to become someone you’re not. Become confident in that uniqueness God has for you.” “My credibility is what gets me in the room. It’s my EQ that keeps me in the room.” “You have to move from self-awareness to self-management.” “The more successful in ministry you become, the more isolated you become.” “If you come in there and you do not honor what they’ve been through, what they’ve been working on, where they’ve come from, you will lose influence from the moment go.” “Honor the things you want to celebrate so that they understand what you value.” “Every day I want to find somebody I can celebrate and somebody I can bring life to.” “Become proud of how God uniquely made you and it will blow your mind how He is going to call you to stuff when you trust that calling.” RESOURCES MENTIONED The Life-Giving Co. Catalyst The Life-Giving Leader by Tyler Reagin Leading Things You Didn’t Start by Tyler Reagin Emotional Intelligence 2.0 by Travis Bradberry and Jean Greaves 10Ten Project This Episode’s Sponsor: No matter how many people you have on staff at your church, there’s only so much you can accomplish in a day, right? Your church exists to serve your community, so the mission of your church and its staff is to reach as many people as you can. So BELAY, the innovative staffing solution with over 10 years of experience serving churches with virtual assistants, bookkeepers and social media strategists, is offering a free download of their resource, ‘Church Leaders: Essential Strategies to Unleash Productivity.’ Let BELAY help your church live its mission in your community by helping you juggle less and accomplish more. Visit belaysolutions.com/lifeway for your free download.
#16: Tyler Reagin—How To Lead Something You Didn’t Start
Business Made Simple with Donald Miller
No matter what your role is within your business, there will be a time when you need to step in and take over something somebody else has built. Not knowing how to manage that transition could put you in a nose dive toward disaster. So how can you successfully lead something you didn’t start? This week special guest, Tyler Reagin, author of “Leading Things You Didn’t Start", answers that question! He gives you the five steps you'll need when taking over any project, department or company. -- Order "Leading Things You Didn't Start" at TylerReagin.com/LifeGivingLeader If you want to become a Business Made Simple professional, sign up for pro access at BusinessMadeSimple.com and get all our online courses plus access to live coaching sessions with Donald Miller every month. Go pro at BusinessMadeSimple.com
Ep 242: Tyler Reagin: Leading Things You Didn’t Start
The Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast
Welcome to the 242nd episode of the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast! Have you stepped into a position of leadership where the thing you are leading is something you didn’t start? Leadership over anything is difficult in any and every situation, but it’s entirely different to lead something you didn’t start. Join Pastor Roman Archer as he sits down to have a conversation with extraordinary leader, Tyler Reagin, as they talk about how to lead things you didn’t start to a place of health and where you want them to go. The principles for this discussion are based on Tyler’s brand new book, Leading Things You Didn’t Start. Previous Episode Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast featuring Tyler: Being a Life-Giving Leader with Tyler Reagin Connect with Tyler Reagin: Tyler’s Website: https://www.tylerreagin.com Tyler on Instagram: @tylerreagin Tyler on Twitter: @tylerreagin Tyler on Facebook: Tyler Reagin Connect with Pastor Josh: Pastor Josh on Instagram: www.instagram.com/joshgagnon Pastor Josh on Twitter: www.twitter.com/joshgagnon Send your leadership questions to firstname.lastname@example.org If you enjoy listening to this podcast and it has helped you and your team in any way, please leave us a review on Apple Podcast or Stitcher or take the time to share it on social media. Do you have a question for Pastor Josh about leadership, ministry, or any other topic we’ve covered on the podcast so far? Submit your questions to email@example.com or @joshgagnon on Twitter and Pastor Josh might answer it on a future episode!
Leading Things You Didn't Start with Tyler Reagin - RAL 36
Rise and Lead
In this episode, Benjamin sits down for a powerful conversation with Tyler Reagin. Tyler is the founder and CEO of The Life Giving Company (lifegiving.co), and is the author of The Life-Giving Leader (Oct 2018) and Leading Things You Didn’t Start (Releases on March 2, 2021). He is also the former President of Catalyst, a national movement of events and resourcing which connects with over 100,000 leaders each year, and currently serves as a leadership coach for teams and organizations. He is a leader of leaders. Benjamin and Tyler talk about leading your family well, navigating leadership and life transitions, becoming a more life-giving leader, how to know if you are coming to the end of your current leadership assignment, and how to lead things you didn't start. This episode is packed with value. Make sure to share this conversation with your network, and don't forget to subscribe to the Rise and Lead Podcast to ensure you get notified when new episodes release every month. Remember, the best time to rise and lead is now!Contact Tyler ReaginBook: Life Give Leader Book Book: Leading Things You Didn't Start
EPISODE 592 - Tyler Reagin // Leading Things You Didn’t Start
In this episode of the Catalyst Podcast, Jason Haynes and Brad Lomenick sit down with Tyler Reagin for a wide-ranging conversation covering how to honor the past without getting trapped by it, how to get the team on board with a new vision, and how to believe you have what it takes. Listen in as Tyler helps you maximize your newfound influx of influence and master the intentions of an inheriting leader. Keep up with Tyler: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tylerreagin Website: https://www.tylerreagin.com 10tenproject: https://www.10tenproject.com
131- Tyler Reagin and Josh Turner "A crucial conversation for pastors"
Right-Side Up Leadership Podcast
On today's episode, Alan has an amazing conversation with Tyler Reagin and Josh Turner about the strain and stress pastors have navigated in this season. Whether you're a pastor or not, we HIGHLY recommend you sit with this one and then challenge you to offer some encouragement to a pastor you care about. Also, Check out this article. Healthy Leaders Summit Pay what you want, register TODAY
This week's guest we have Tyler Reagin. Tyler is an outstanding leader. Tyler worked at Northpoint Church under Andy Stanley for a decade. He also was the president of Catalyst Conference. Tyler lives and bleeds leadership. He is an author of the life-giving leader and just launched his own leadership podcast, Make sure you subscribe to his podcast!
On this special family edition of Design Cast, I have the awesome opportunity to talk with my brother, Tyler Reagin. He 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. 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. At its core, Catalyst is a community of change makers. Through live events, weekly podcast, digital resources and a community-building app, the Catalyst team leans into leaders who are seeking to create courageous change in the world. Over 100,000 leaders from around the world connect to Catalyst per year. 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. You can follow him on Twitter & Instagram @tylerreagin His website is https://www.tylerreagin.com/ and you can find all the links that we talk about on episode here... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/design-cast-podcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/design-cast-podcast/support