Courageous Hope: The Call of Leadership

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Paulist Press, 2011 - RELIGION - 162 pages
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Outlines a spirituality of leadership that challenges leaders to present a vision of hope to excite and empower others, to be prophets, mystics, charismatics, and healers to transform society and to effectively respond to the world that is desperate for leaders of hope.

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Dr. Leonard Doohan is Professor Emeritus at Gonzaga University where he was a professor of religious studies for 27 years and Dean of the Graduate School for 13 years. He has written 18 books and 160 articles and has given over 350 workshops throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and the Far East. Leonard's recent books include Spiritual Leadership: the Quest for Integrity, published by Paulist Press in 2007, Enjoying Retirement: Living Life to the Fullest, published by Paulist Press in 2010, Courageous Hope: The Call of Leadership, published by Paulist Press in 2011, and The One Thing Necessary: The Transforming Power of Christian Love, published by ACTA Publications in 2012.

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