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The Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast

Jan 1, 2019

Welcome to the 153rd 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. You and your team are invited to join us in Spring 2019 for our new Joshua Gagnon Leadership Coaching Network! Visit to learn more and to sign up! 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 or @joshgagnon on Twitter and Pastor Josh might answer it on a future episode! Today's episode is a re-release of a previous episode that we believe will bless you and your team as you head into 2019. Welcome to Episode 45 of the Joshua Gagnon Leadership Podcast! Today’s episode focuses on how being a great leader means being a great coach. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it and leave a review of the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. 3 Takeaways for Leaders: Be a coach for your organization. Give others ownership. Be involved in people’s lives. Quotes From This Episode: “Not only should great leaders not do anything, but often times they can’t.” - Roman Archer “A coach isn’t a coach because they’re the best at all things. A coach is a coach because they can take out the best in all people that they’re coaching.” - Joshua Gagnon “The days I succeed most now are the days when those underneath me succeed most now.” - Joshua Gagnon “We’re not just asking people to do tasks, we’re empowering people to fulfill dreams.” - Joshua Gagnon “There’s nothing stronger than the organization echoing the same sound.” - Joshua Gagnon “The great coaches aren’t just involved in that person as a position, but in that person as a person.” - Roman Archer “Great coaches aren’t in the game to be successful, they’re in the game to make other successful. But when others are successful, great coaches succeed.” - Joshua Gagnon