Tuesday, October 13, 2009

The Marks of a Catalyst

In science, a catalyst is a substance that enables a reaction to proceed at a usually faster rate or under different conditions than otherwise possible; it can also be an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action.

Ten years ago, John Maxwell and Andy Stanley organized an event for next-generation leaders; appropriately, they named it Catalyst. Once experienced, leaders are never the same. Catalyst is a movement about leading change in a culture desperate for hope. It’s a place where assumptions are challenged and God’s eternal perspective is made clear.

A Catalyst Leader is:

  • Uncompromising in Integrity
  • Intentional about Community
  • Passionate about God
  • Courageous in Calling
  • Engaged in Culture
  • Authentic in Influence

How do you measure up?

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