Ninety-five percent (95%) agreed that “I challenge people to try out new and innovative ways to do their work.” They release the people they lead to be creative. Difference Makers make the leap from being leaders of followers to becoming leaders of leaders. They allow for new ideas, new innovations, and differences—even sacrificing their own preferences to help others to grow. They do not protect their flocks like helicopter parents keeping them from every challenge or obstacle. They want to keep the congregation out of the rut and be willing to venture into uncharted territory.