Leading with Love: --and Getting More Results
In recent years leadership has shifted away from utilizing command and control tactics to embracing the ideology of servant leaders. With examples from the lives of executives, pastors, and managers, Neil Eskelin presents a powerful case for employing biblical principles as the basis for strong leadership.Eskelin contends that the most effective leaders share authority and lovingly empower those they serve.Helpful features of the book include: •five reasons dictatorial methods won’t work•eight steps for developing a mission statement•fourteen qualities of loving leaders •seven practical ways to instill faith in those around usEach chapter concludes with a list of inspiring reminders for leaders who love. Shepherds are responsible to both direct and protect their sheep, and that applies to anyone involved in leadership-whether in business, the church, nonprofit organizations, or the home.
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The Carrots and Sticks of Leadership
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