Leadership Wisdom from Unlikely Voices: People of Yesterday Speak to Leaders of Today

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Harper Collins, 2004 - Religion - 201 pages
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For leaders who've read every leadership book (or just feel like they have) Most leaders feel like they've read all there is to read about leadership but are still frustrated when the tools of professionals fail to work. of doing leadership and into the more meaningful place of being a leader. Rather than focusing on new tools or techniques, author Dave Fleming draws on the voices of contemplative thinkers and their views on issues that affect leaders today. Nouwen, Augustine, Underhill, Benedict, and others offer readers insight from outside the world of leadership on how to regain the humanity of being a leader. what they're learning, evaluate ideas, and then implement those ideas that resonate most. leaders and growing numbers of Christians regarding the emerging church and culture--and the profound changes the church is now facing. The emergentYS line will address the complex issues of our world's ongoing cultural shifts and the impact this will have on the local church and ministry.

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Dave Fleming (DM, University of Phoenix, MA, Denver Seminary) is an author, gifted speaker, consultant, and sought-after leadership coach. After twenty years in pastoral work, Dave now assists businesses and churches with leadership formation and organizational evolution through the portal of creative conversation. Dave earned a Doctor of Management in organizational leadership degree from the University of Phoenix and a Masters in counseling/education from Denver Seminary. His website is www.davefleming.org.

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