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|All Authors / Contributors:||
R Albert Mohler, Jr.
|ISBN:||9780764210044 0764210041 9780764211256 0764211250|
|Description:||220 p. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||The conviction to lead: true leadership starts with a purpose, not a plan --
Leading is believing: the leader is driven by beliefs that lead to action --
Convictional intelligence: the leader develops the capacity to think in convictional terms and leads followers to do the same --
Leadership is narrative: the leader draws followers into a story that frames all of life --
Leaders understand worldviews: the leader shapes the worldview of followers --
The passion to lead: passionate leaders driven by passionate beliefs draw passionate followers --
Leaders are thinkers: leadership begins when you learn to think like a leader, and leadership is not achieved until followers learn to think as well --
Leaders are teachers: the effective leader is the master teacher within a learning organization --
Leadership is all about character: leaders are trusted when their lives are in alignment with their convictions --
Leadership and credibility: leadership happens when character and competence are combined --
Leaders are communicators: the leader's most essential skill is the ability to communicate... over and over again --
Leaders are readers: when you find a leader, you find a reader, and for good reason --
The leader and power: the faithful leader knows that power is never and end in itself --
Leaders are managers: not all managers are leaders, but all leaders are managers --
Leaders are speakers: leaders give voice to conviction and mobilize hearts and minds with a message --
Leadership as stewardship: leaders never lead for themselves; they are stewards in service of another --
The leader as decision maker: organizations expect many things from leaders, most of all the trusted ability to decide --
The moral virtues of leadership: leadership and morality are inseparable --
The leader and the media: the medium is not the message, you are: and the leader must know how to deliver that message --
The leader as writer: the written word remains one of the most powerful ways to lead, so leaders write --
The digital leader: leaders understand that the digital world is a real world: a world in which they are called to lead --
The leader and time: leaders know that time is the great equalizer of humanity --
Leadership that endures: the leader's goal is not only to last but to endure --
The leader and death: mortality frames the horizon of leadership --
The leader's legacy: in the end, the leader's goal is to leave a lasting imprint.
"The president of an influential seminary and media personality reveals the characteristics of a true leader"--Provided by publisher.
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