EPISODE 118: 5 Ways to Develop Young Leaders

Young Leaders


Show Notes:

Alright, this week Carl’s going to share with you 5 Ways to Develop Young Leaders on your team. One of the most important factors in growing these teams was to raise up leaders and multiply. When raising up leaders, it’s important to have those in key roles that are from all age groups. Even among your core team, your younger leaders will look up to your older leaders, and your older leaders will learn a ton from those younger than them.

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