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Lead Like Jesus: Lessons from the Greatest Leadership. Role Model of We want to welcome you to this facilitator's guide and are delighted that you've chosen. And in His time among us, he showed us what true leadership looks like. Join us for a special message from Ken Blanchard as we learn to Lead Like Jesus. Leading Like Jesus: A Character Formation Curriculum, Amharic Bible Schools. 1 . Table of Contents. Introduction. 2. Back to the Basin: The MentorLink Story. 4.


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"The more I read the Bible, the more evident it becomes that everything I have ever taught or written about effective leadership over the past 25 years, Jesus did . est leader of all time. No one else comes close! This is why you need to know how to lead like. Jesus. He is the only flawless example. That's why you should. Phil Hodges's Lead Like Jesus Celebrations. What an impactful day that was for those who participated. I know they will never think about leader- ship in the.

Jesus point of view was clearly servant leadership [Mark ].

The authors also nicely defined two different roles that make up a servant leader: A visionary role — setting the course and the destination. An implementation role — doing things right with a focus on serving. Both roles are needed, and Jesus exemplified them both. This is where the rubber hits the road. The authors suggest that a servant leader becomes a performance coach: setting goals, observing performance, praising, and redirecting inappropriate behavior.

In addition, there are 4 stages of learning that a leader goes through: Novice — just starting out Journeyman — capable of working independently Master — highly skilled and able to teach others Habits. The final section addresses the need to refresh and renew your daily commitments in order to remain a servant leader. Here to, we can learn from Jesus, and how He replenished His energy and servant perspective. Jesus embraced: Solitude and prayer Knowing the will of God Fellowship with an intimate group of companions or inner circle There you have it.

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Four simple concepts to look deeper into a complex subject. This book truly offers a solid framework along with practical advice for anyone who wants to better understand leadership.

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Please try again later. Paperback Verified download. Such an amazing book that really gets into your heart and soul. Not only to be a better person in your everyday living but also to be a better leader in your work place.

Remember Jesus wasn't nice He was kind.

Being a nice boss is great but what are you really getting accomplished from your team. Being a kind leader that is firm with your policies, gives you more respect with your employees. Really a great book to dive into and get to know who you are and make yourself shine. This draws examples from the greatest leader of all time - people who initially didn't amount to anything are turned into great leaders. It goes to show that these same principles have existed for centuries.

Great leaders have to adopt certain habits that are vital to commit to goals and the mission. Jesus reprimands his disciples in a manner lacking in today's leaders.

It is a must read. I recommend it for everyone - whether Christian or not.

If you like the one minute manager and you come from a Christian background you'll certainly love this book. Blanchard doesn't disappoint when he clearly and effectively links that Christ-like character that we are all to aspire to with solid practical application to modern circumstances.

Wonderful read. I really enjoyed this book because it is very practical. Blanchard and Hodges boldly approach the topic of leadership from a Christian standpoint. Many times we try to separate faith and business, but they are not two separate worlds. This book has helped me reevaluate my priorities and has led to a new type of leadership that can be applied in the classroom, in the home, and in the business world.

The authors address different types of leaders, whether formal or informal, and whether personal or professional. I found this book to be credible and accurate because it resonates many of the theories from another text on small group communication: For example, the communication book listed honesty as one of the most desired traits in a leader. This is echoed in Lead Like Jesus, where it states that leadership is about relationships and results, and that relationships must be transparent.

Furthermore, Egolf and Chester explain different leadership styles and theories on management. Lead Like Jesus explains why a Theory Y manager and a democratic leader are the best medium for effective leadership.

This book focuses on the multiple dimensions of leadership: My experience as a university Teaching Assistant has shown me that no matter what leadership role we acquire, these aspects are all relevant.

The motivation of leadership cannot be selfish because that detracts from group success. My motivation must be for the collective, and I must want to be a good leader, not just successful. The authors also hit the sensitive topic of our hearts, which is essential when applying religion to daily life.

The way we conduct ourselves outside of church is a reflection of our hearts. By adopting the attitude of Christ, we are a servant leader. Jesus Christ has proven his effectiveness of leadership because he started with twelve ordinary men and coached them to create a global movement to stand the test of time.

Furthermore, I appreciate how this book emphasizes the importance of having a vision for your organization. Sometimes we get lazy and think, "Oh, God will take care of it all! I'll just sit here. Otherwise, it is a waste of time.

Similarly, the book explains how ideas are not the end of the process: Impact is made to glorify God only when ideas are put into action.

Then, as a coach, we must honestly and tactfully evaluate the performance of the group and the individuals this is also recommended by Egolf and Chester. This feedback is then channeled to improve the organization.

Overall, I found this book to be very useful.

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It is helpful in explaining how religion is a perspective to be applied to daily world interactions. This book was a requirement for me to read for my classes, but I loved this book and the content it provided.

It definitely provided me insight into what makes a great leader and traits that I need to work on for myself. I will be keeping this book!! Great read!!!

site Edition Verified download.It goes to show that these same principles have existed for centuries. His name is Jesus. This feedback is then channeled to improve the organization. Biblical] basis for believing that Christ descended into hell", and, therefore, Piper does not recite the "he descended into hell" phrase when saying the Apostles' Creed.

He sets a wonderful Servant Leadership example for us to follow. Using Ancient Wisdom for Visionary Leadership. English ASIN: Jesus reprimands his disciples in a manner lacking in today's leaders. Overall, I found this book to be very useful.