The Influential Leader: 12 Steps to Igniting Visionary Decision Making (Google eBook)

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Harvest House Publishers, Jul 1, 2009 - 256 pages
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"I believe in John Edmund Haggai and am thrilled with the tremendous results I've seen in the lives of leaders." --Chuck Colson
Bestselling author, founder of Prison Fellowship "The Influential Leader" is a powerful book on leadership from a visionary who has trained more than 60,000 people in 177 countries through the Haggai Institute. While other books on leadership focus on "methods," which unfortunately must keep changing as time goes on, this book focuses on "characteristics" that are at the core of successful leadership and will endure no matter how times change. Haggai's call to strong leadership looks at 12 characteristics for aspiring leaders, including... humility communication vision goalsetting self-control opportunity staying power authority Readers will learn how they can become leaders who influence people, inspire results, and accomplish great things for God.
  

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Contents

Decide to Define Your Vision
29
Decide to Achieve What You Aim For
51
Decide to Prove Love Works
71
Decide to Be Humble and Right
87
Decide to Live Without Compromise
101
Decide to Persuade and Win
121
Decide to Invest Fearlessly
143
Decide to Profit from the Impossible
159
Decide to Go Further Faster
179
Decide to Be There at the End
195
Decide to Lead with Effortless Grace
209
Decide to Thrive on Ambiguity
225
Notes
243
Recommended Reading
245
Index
249
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John Edmund Haggai, founder and president of Haggai Institute for Advanced Leadership Training, is an internationally acclaimed author, lecturer, and "leader of leaders." He is the author of several books including How to Win Over Worry and 365 Things Every Successful Leader Should Know. He has helped people around the world with his practical formulas for winning over worry, pain, loneliness, and "impossible" situations.

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