Mentoring Leaders: Wisdom for Developing Character, Calling, and Competency
Over the next five to ten years, it's predicted that more than 50,000 strategic ministry leadership positions are going to be filled. Who will these leaders be? And more importantly, who will prepare them for these positions?
Mentoring Leaders offers a unique angle on what it takes to prepare transformational leaders for today's church. While addressing the different phases of leadership development and mentoring, as well as the characteristics of a dynamic and effective leader, Carson Pue focuses on the element of spiritual development.
The invaluable insights and wisdom found in this book will give emerging leaders new strength to follow their calling as it helps them sharpen their vision, shape their values, and share their leadership adventures.
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Pue is the President of Arrow in Canada. This book describes the mentoring process as it SHOULD work. It was excellent and helped me formulate a more specific plan for myself as I mentor others. Read full review
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