Be the Leader You Were Meant to Be: Lessons On Leadership from the Bible

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David C Cook, Jul 1, 2012 - Religion - 208 pages

Leaders aren’t born, they’re made. Becoming a successful leader is a continual, lifelong process. It’s a journey that requires discipline, intention, and drive. Yet true leadership is not about what we do, it’s about who we are. So how can we become leaders of integrity, passion, and excellence? Be The Leader You Were Meant To Be is a definitive resource for creating leaders who make a difference. Biblically-based, time-tested, and real-world proven, this landmark guide offers powerful, practical insights for personal and professional development. Inside you’ll learn: How to cultivate the traits of an effective leaderWhy some leaders succeed more than othersGod’s standard for authentic leadershipHow to resolve career challenges and difficultiesHow to excel in any profession Discover how you can make an impact in your workplace, on your team, and in your life. And uncover the leader that God intended you to be.

 

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First this is a reprint of this book. The author passed away in 2004 and the publisher, David C. Cook, decided to release another copy. This book has very practical advice for all Christian leaders ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Who Is Fit to Lead?
The Leaders Source of Power
The Inner Life of the Leader
The Leaders Attitude Toward Others
Why Some Leaders Excel
Setting the Stage for Success
How to Get More Done
Resolving Difficulties
Surviving Dangers
Meeting the Needs Of The Group
Communication
Personal and Group Study Guide
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LeRoy Eims (1925-2004) served with The Navigators for over 50 years. He is the author of 14 books, including the best-selling The Lost Art of Disciplemaking. His personal ministry continues today through the countless lives he impacted.

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