Leaders Today: Principles of Effective Leadership

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Xlibris Corporation LLC, 2011 - Religion - 82 pages
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"It is my philosophy that the gift of leadership is embedded in every believer. Each gift will manifest in its season" PJ EDMUND, Sr. in his well received book, Leaders Today Principles of Effective Leadership, reveals that every Christian leader has tremendous contributions to ministry. The success for future generations depends largely on forward thinking pastors taking responsibility to train and raise up successors. PJ Edmund presents the keys to developing effectiveness in leadership preparation. The Principles of Effective Leadership speaks to the heart of what makes a Christian leader excel in challenging and changing times. To say the least ministry laden with levels of pressure, stress and unpredictability. One of the ways to stay current and ahead of the ever changing leadership challenges is to invest in training and development. You will learn: How to cultivate the passion to improve your leadership gift. How to develop and work together as a dynamic ministry team. How to understand the benefits of transformational training.

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PJ Edmund, Sr., is a graduate of Cornerstone Christian University and Seminary. He has served for the past 10 years as the Senior Pastor of Timbrel Church International in Largo, Maryland, and now the Overseer for Pneuma Fellowship of Covenant Churches of the Apostolic Faith, Inc., an association of independent churches and pastors. Through the work of the Centre for Leadership Arete (Excellence) and the Leaders Today Conferences the ministries provides training and development conferences that equip, train, develop and prepare dynamic ministry leaders. PJ has also authored Walk With Him (Managing Your Call to Ministry), and Leaders Today (Principles of Effective Leadership) and has inspired thousands of believers to strive for excellence in ministry.

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