Just Lead!: A No Whining, No Complaining, No Nonsense Practical Guide for Women Leaders in the Church

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 22, 2013 - Religion - 192 pages
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Become the effective woman leader God intended you to be

Just Lead! provides practical leadership help for women to develop skills to lead themselves and others with the character, confidence and authenticity of a godly woman. The book shows what holds women back and then focuses the skills women need to lead others effectively. Using this hands-on, practical resource will inspire women leaders in the church to use its ideas to gain strength and lead well.

  • Helps women successfully navigate the transitions necessary to lead well in church and ministry settings
  • Offers women a practical guide for breaking the "stained-glass window" and becoming effective leaders
  • Addresses leadership issues such as leading mixed gender teams, earning and giving respect, and navigating through relational landmines

Just Lead! challenges women to embrace their identity as leaders and equips them with the skills they need to lead others well.

 

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Good read for all women in ministry

User Review  - Alice - Christianbook.com

Not really sure how they know what is going on in my brain, but these women pegged it! I appreciate their humor and straight forwardness and telling us like it is yet directing all back to God's plan for us as women. Highly recommend this book to any gal in ministry. Read full review

Contents

About theJosseyBass Leadership Network Series
Humble Beginnings and Big Lessons
OnlytheLonely
Im Not Afraid
The Monster You Are Avoiding
Youre Not DoingIt Right
Growing Pains
Make Up Your Mind Already
Go Big or Go Home
Leading
Overcoming the Communication Barrier
Put the Boxing Gloves Down
Engaging the Next Generation of Leaders
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About the author (2013)

Sherry Surratt is CEO of MOPS International (Mothers of Preschoolers), an organization that equips and encourages moms and leaders. Prior to this she was a director of innovation at Leadership Network, where she led church teams in implementing fresh ideas in ministry and served as a pastor on staff at Seacoast Church in Charleston, South Carolina.

Jenni Catron is executive director of Cross Point, a megachurch in Nashville, Tennessee, and founder of Cultivate Her, an organization dedicated to connecting, engaging, and inspiring young women leaders.

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