Managing vs. Leading
December 6, 2019

Creativity fosters better leadership, problem solving and promotes teamwork.

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On this episode Tres and Kevin discuss and identify some major differences between managing and leading people. Through personal experiences and practical steps, they share some really great ways to work on building teams on a strong foundation of leadership, and what it looks like to not only identify leadership qualities in someone, but cultivate those traits and help develop that in someone. The guys share tips to creating healthy processes in your creative teams that will have a lasting effect internally and impact people outside of the four walls of the church.

The content of this article is featured in an episode of the Yellowbox Creative Podcast, currently available through the following outlets:

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