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A Leader In The Making

Author : Joyce Meyer
ISBN : 0446551295
Genre : Religion
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Meyer challenges both established and potential leaders to cultivate hearts that please God in every way and describes exactly which tests all leaders must pass, giving priceless encouragement for the spiritual journey ahead.
Category: Religion

The Making Of A Leader

Author : Robert Clinton
ISBN : 9781641581103
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

The Making Of A Leader

Author : Frank Damazio
ISBN : 0914936840
Genre : Religion
File Size : 84.77 MB
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In his insightful book, The Making of a Leader, Frank Damazio lays out for the serious student a broad discussion of what it means to be responsible for a group of "followers.
Category: Religion

Tony Blair

Author : Philip Stephens
ISBN : STANFORD:36105111936550
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A portrait of the British prime minister traces his life and political career from his youth to his leadership of the Labor party, examining his personality, beliefs, contradictions, and role in shaping the new global order.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Leader S Way

Author : HRH the Dalai Lama
ISBN : 9781857884210
Genre : Business & Economics
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A timely and powerful book focusing on the importance of combining an economic system with moral values. Born out of a decade of discussion and collaboration between an international management consultant and the head of state and spiritual leader of Tibet, The Leader's Way is an inspiring manifesto for leading change which can have an impact at every level. To deal with the world's economic and environmental problems requires a different kind of leadership which see things as they really are and understands the interconnectedness between companies and countries and the world as a whole. The Leader's Way contains not only fascinating anecdotes from His Holiness the Dalai Lama, including his meetings with Mao, but also a timely and powerful focus on the importance of combining an economic system with moral values. "As a study of Buddhism and its relevance to globalisation, it has a lot to say. It applies the concepts of Buddhism to business: decision-making using concepts such as 'the Right Way', interdependence and impermanence. To simplify, it's a Hippocratic, do-no-harm creed: companies should have integrity, leaders mindfulness, to act for the greatest good. Many readers will value it. There's much to learn." -- Director "Examines capitalism and Buddhism in a fascinating way; and adds a valuable dimension to the values and ethical standards that form the basis for responsible leadership in business." -- Professor C.O. Herkströter, former CEO of Shell and Chairman of the Board of ING
Category: Business & Economics

The Myth Of The Strong Leader

Author : Archie Brown
ISBN : 9780465080977
Genre : Political Science
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From one of the world's preeminent political historians, a magisterial study of political leadership around the world from the advent of parliamentary democracy to the age of Obama. All too frequently, leadership is reduced to a simple dichotomy: the strong versus the weak. Yet, there are myriad ways to exercise effective political leadership--as well as different ways to fail. We blame our leaders for economic downfalls and praise them for vital social reforms, but rarely do we question what makes some leaders successful while others falter. In this magisterial and wide-ranging survey of political leadership over the past hundred years, renowned Oxford politics professor Archie Brown challenges the widespread belief that strong leaders--meaning those who dominate their colleagues and the policy-making process--are the most successful and admirable. In reality, only a minority of political leaders will truly make a lasting difference. Though we tend to dismiss more collegial styles of leadership as weak, it is often the most cooperative leaders who have the greatest impact. Drawing on extensive research and decades of political analysis and experience, Brown illuminates the achievements, failures and foibles of a broad array of twentieth century politicians. Whether speaking of redefining leaders like Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, and Margaret Thatcher, who expanded the limits of what was politically possible during their time in power, or the even rarer transformational leaders who played a decisive role in bringing about systemic change--Charles de Gaulle, Mikhail Gorbachev and Nelson Mandela, among them--Brown challenges our commonly held beliefs about political efficacy and strength. Overturning many of our assumptions about the twentieth century's most important figures, Brown's conclusions are both original and enlightening. The Myth of the Strong Leader compels us to reassess the leaders who have shaped our world - and to reconsider how we should choose and evaluate those who will lead us into the future.
Category: Political Science

The Values Inspired Leader

Author : Colin D. Emerson
ISBN : 1537734172
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Since time immemorial people of all races, creeds and social standing have followed the call of great leaders. Nations have risen from nothing or have been conquered, seas have been sailed in voyages of discovery into the unknown or for trade, people have given their lives or been given life, ideas have been acted on and history made; all at the behest of a great leader. In today's world, corporations have been born and destroyed by the implementation of qualities, values and ethics endorsed by the leaders of those companies. Thousands of words in many books have been written in order to describe the illusive characteristics that make a great leader great. Yet somehow, when it comes to leadership in the workplace we seem to have missed the point of what makes a great leader great. So often the qualities that make a leader even mediocre seem lacking in business and the community in general. With all this information available to us, why is that so? One: It's possible that in the corporate world we have simply confused the principles of managing people with the principles and the qualities of great leadership. Two: We have confused value with values. Leadership, truly great values inspired leadership is more about the heart and the character of a person and not just the dry, but important, management skills that are defined in nearly every text book or course that claims to be about leadership. Don't confuse being a manager with being a leader. There is a difference. You can be one and not necessarily be the other. So, are leaders born or developed? The answer is - both. There are some truly gifted individuals who are born leaders. They display all of those human values that people embrace as being true greatness. The rest of us, including the author, are left with the struggle to grow into being leaders; beyond that of just being good managers. The Ten Lessons in Being a Values Inspired Leader which are defined in this book will take you to the heart of strong and ethical values inspired leadership. We can all take heart in that the values that Values Inspired Leaders integrate into their lives are the type of values ANY leader can display. They are values all of us can live and profit and grow by. The Ten Lessons in Being a Values Inspired Leader: Lesson 1 - The two types of respect; Lesson 2 - How leaders gain respect; Lesson 3 - The trust a leader must have; Lesson 4 - What a leader looks for and encourages in people; Lesson 5 - How a leader builds great teams; Lesson 6 - How a leader serves the team; Lesson 7 - Where a leader should be when leading; Lesson 8 - An important, overlooked, aspect of leadership; Lesson 9 - The loneliness of leadership; Lesson 10 - The leader's view of the vision.

Lessons In Leadership

Author : Ben Olson
ISBN : 1495963659
Genre : Business & Economics
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These Lessons Will Put You On The Path to Success!When I first earned a promotion to a leadership position, I received no training to develop my skills. The unwritten rule seemed to be that if you received the promotion you must know what you are doing, so now go do it! Sound familiar? Unfortunately, I have talked with thousands of newly promoted leaders over the years that have had the same experience. If you have been thrust into a position of leadership with little or no training, this book contains the lessons you need to jump-start your new role and get you on the path to become the leader you want to be. If you are serious about making the move from “manager to leader”, or if your job is to help others make the move, this book is for you! Your lessons will include:• Key behaviors that will cause you to be immediately recognized as an effective leader.• The power of perception: how to look, think and act like a leader.• The truths of our human connection and how to use these truths to strengthen your team.• Building an extraordinary team through selection, orientation, training and development.• Simple leader-led processes to solve problems, create action plans, and develop team members.• Dealing with change, preparing for the unexpected, resources for the future and much more!
Category: Business & Economics


Author : Shelley G. Trebesch
ISBN : 0974181846
Genre : Business & Economics
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Almost every leaders at one time or another will face being set aside from ministry. This booklet shows what leaders face when set aside from ministry for various reasons like sickeness, persecution, discipline, crises, self-choice, etc. The manual gives patterns and proper attitudes to face these experiences as leaders develop toward maturity in their leadership. Isolation is one of the deep processing items which all leaders should life schedule for.
Category: Business & Economics

The Making Of A Christian Leader

Author : Ted Wilhelm Engstrom
ISBN : 9780310242215
Genre : Religion
File Size : 55.67 MB
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This book explains the building blocks of good leadership skills and then addresses the ways a leader can cultivate those qualities and traits.
Category: Religion