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so true. i always find it much easier to connect with a CEO at a major organization than frankly some of the local pastors in my area, not to mention the pastors of large multi-site churches.

side note: thought catalyst was now a "community" not just a "conference. " :)

Can't help but notice that you are still referring to pastors as "we." It's still in the blood huh...

Great post -- I'll have my assistant follow-up with reasons why it's great later... ;-)

Great post -- I'll have my assistant follow-up with reasons why it's great later... ;-)

Great post -- I'll have my assistant follow-up with reasons why it's great later... ;-)

I'd love to hear your thoughts about what made the CEO "easier" to meet.

just imagine how effective Jesus' ministry could have been if he had discovered "leadership"!

Scott, the business community doesn't take the discipline of leadership quite as seriously. Leaders emerge out of circumstances, rather than declare themselves to be such. The fact that Northwest's CEO was sitting in the Catalyst lounge should tell you something. Notice we weren't sitting in his office.

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