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Welcome to the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast. Pastor Josh is the founding and lead pastor of Next Level Church, a unique move of God with multiple locations. He is passionate about helping other leaders and pastors communicate the love of Jesus more effectively and grow in their leadership.
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Ep 200: Things Your Leader Wishes They Could Tell You Pt 2

The Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast

Published on 11/27/2019

Welcome to the 200th episode of the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast! 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 protected] or @joshgagnon on Twitter and Pastor Josh might answer it on a future episode! Pastor Josh on Instagram: www.instagram.com/pastorjoshgagnon Pastor Josh on Twitter: www.twitter.com/joshgagnon Send your leadership questions to [email protected] Pre-order your copy of Pastor Josh’s upcoming book, It’s Not Over by visiting www.itsnotoverbook.com! You can also sign up to receive a sneak peak of the book! To celebrate our 200th episode, we’re giving away a $200 Amazon gift card! To enter, post your favorite JGLP episode on social media using #JGLP200. We’ll select a winner on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019! Today’s episode is a continued conversation of episode 199, with the first 3 things your leader wishes they could say to you. If you missed last week’s episode, go back and take a listen! Takeaways for Leaders: Understand which hat you’re wearing at which moment. Some relationships need to be defined and balanced. For example: your pastor is your boss, your co-worker is your friend, your boss is your friend, etc. I need you to do whatever it takes. You should never hear anyone on the team say, “That was never in my job description.” There’s a big difference between “I will” and I’m willing”. Ask me questions and bring me possible solutions, not just problems. Don’t just identify the problem, offer a solution to the problem. Sometimes you can just fix the problem without needing to bring it up. Be on the lookout for part 3 of this conversation on the next episode!

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