“Change Maker,” it’s a term we’re hearing more and more these days. Leaders who want to rise up and not only lead an organization but lead a movement that creates positive change in the lives of others.
It’s not necessarily a new idea but it’s a one that is becoming more and more important to leaders of today and especially leaders of tomorrow.
Brad Lomenick is a voice that is leading the way, showing how we can tap into this “Change Maker” mentality and apply it to how we lead, and lead better as a result. After thirteen years of gathering, influencing, and inspiring hundreds of thousands of young leaders through cutting-edge experiential events, conferences, and resources, Brad understands leadership and what being a “Change Maker” is all about.
I was able to catch up with Brad and asked him to define what a “Change Maker” means to him. Here is what he said,
“Being a change maker I believe is a new term for being a leader. Ultimately being a Catalyst Leader. A leader who wants to make a difference. To make your life’s work count. To leave the world better than you found it. A change maker is someone who leverages his or her influence for the betterment of the world, to collective good of others, and the greater glory of God. And living out the 8 essentials of a Catalyst Leader is crucial for a leader to be a change maker.”
If becoming a change maker is something you aspire to, which I hope you do, I’d suggest you pick up a copy of Brad’s new book… “The Catalyst Leader: 8 Essentials for Becoming a Change Maker.” It’s available where books are sold and at http://catalystleader.com/