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Keys To Effective Leadership Study Guide

Author : Tom Cannon
ISBN : 0982735294
Genre : Religion
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Jesus Christ is the greatest example of servant-leadership in the history of the world. We are called to follow His lead. But to emulate Him, as leaders, we must seek His face, study His Word, and learn from those who've gone before us. In Keys to Effective Leadership, Dr. Tom Cannon will introduce you to the leadership style of Jesus Christ, and show you how to successfully emulate His ministry in your daily life. For those who believe servant-leadership is for wimps, be assured, you are absolutely wrong. Servant-leaders are world-changers. Men and women who stand strong amid any crisis, and through their words, actions, and attitude, reveal Christ to a hurting, confused, and often angry world. The world is perishing, they need you to help reveal the love, mercy, grace and kindness of Jesus Christ to them, in a real and personal way. How? Become a servant-leader of the King, and lead them like Jesus did. Are you up to the challenge? I hope so, because the future of our churches, communities, and nation are on the line.
Category: Religion

Keys To Effective Leadership

Author : Tom Cannon
ISBN : 0982735286
Genre : Religion
File Size : 43.19 MB
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Jesus Christ is the greatest example of servant-leadership in the history of the world. We are called to follow His lead. But to emulate Him, as leaders, we must seek His face, study His Word, and learn from those who've gone before us. In Keys to Effective Leadership, Dr. Tom Cannon will introduce you to the leadership style of Jesus Christ, and show you how to successfully emulate His ministry in your daily life. For those who believe servant-leadership is for wimps, be assured, you are absolutely wrong. Servant-leaders are world-changers. Men and women who stand strong amid any crisis, and through their words, actions, and attitude, reveal Christ to a hurting, confused, and often angry world. The world is perishing, they need you to help reveal the love, mercy, grace and kindness of Jesus Christ to them, in a real and personal way. How? Become a servant-leader of the King, and lead them like Jesus did. Are you up to the challenge? I hope so, because the future of our churches, communities, and nation are on the line.
Category: Religion

Nine Keys To Effective Small Group Leadership

Author : Carl F. George
ISBN : 097953500X
Genre : Business & Economics
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A survey of resources about small groups at the beginning of the 1990s led to a discovery: Many books on small groups carried an instructional content and touched on groups as instrumental in delivery of that specific subject matter. How a leader was to function relative to a group was discussed as a matter of how to manage an instructional hour. The potential of groups for making connections and building community and serving others was largely unrecognized. What a group leader might do to pull together and maintain a group, or how a group leader might become acknowledged as part of a larger leadership strategy for service and outreach was simply unaddressed. From the insights developed in his complex and widely recommended Prepare Your Church for the Future, best-selling author Carl George extracts the most basic, practical elements of how an individual leader can contribute to the well-being of others and the overall organization. He interprets the role of a group leader in language that is easily understood and remembered: nine commitments leading to a partnership with professional church leaders. Pastors and church consultants consistently report that the people exposed to these nine keys are easy to work with. They readily grasp the reasonableness of the principles, which help them be trustworthy team players in this matter of shared ministry. From the forward, by Robert Coleman, Director of the Billy Graham Institute: "This book speaks to our need for practical leadership training. With profound simplicity, it describes how small groups grow through loving relationships as readers build up one another in the faith. More importantly, the reader learn ways to prepare yourself for leadership in the group. The sequential steps show readers how to bring others into the circle of love, and in the process, how to enlarge your outreach by multiplying disciple makers." This 2007 edition includes an updated Appendix, describing recent developments in the fi
Category: Business & Economics

Learning Transformed

Author : Eric C. Sheninger
ISBN : 9781416623892
Genre : Education
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With all that we know about how students learn, the nature of the world they will face after graduation, and the educational inequities that have existed for centuries, maintaining a traditional, one-size-fits-all approach to teaching and learning is tantamount to instructional malpractice. International security, the success of global economies, and sustainability as a global society all depend on the success of our education system in the years to come. It’s our obligation to prepare our students for their future—not our past. Authors Eric C. Sheninger and Thomas C. Murray outline eight keys—each a piece of a puzzle for transforming the K–12 education system of teaching and learning—to intentionally design tomorrow’s schools so today’s learners are prepared for success . . . and stand ready to create new industries, find new cures, and solve world problems. The traditional model of schooling ultimately prepares students for the industrial model of the past. If we want our students to become successful citizens in a global society, we must dramatically shift to a more personal approach. Failure is not an option. We can no longer wait. Let Learning Transformed show you how you can be a part of the solution. The authors encourage you to use the hashtag #LT8Keys to continue the discussion online.
Category: Education

From Leading To Succeeding

Author : Douglas Reeves
ISBN : 1936763915
Genre : Education
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Utilizing the crucial elements of effective leadership--purpose, trust, focus, leverage, feedback, change, and sustainability--education leaders can overcome the many challenges they face in their profession and learn the skills and characteristics they need to succeed. This book synthesizes research from 21st century sources and confronts prevalent leadership myths, while offering guidance on best leadership practices. Use this professional development tool to establish a clear mission and enact vision statements. Benefits Learn about the seven elements of leadership and why they are important to building trust between colleagues. Study the best research available on leadership, coming from diverse research methods and perspectives. Gain guidance on how to tell the difference between best and worst practices in leadership. Examine elements to assess whether an organization is ready for change. Explore a model for reflecting on, self-assessing, and synthesizing leadership experiences and research on effective leadership. Contents Purpose Trust Focus Leverage Feedback Change Sustainability
Category: Education

Twelve Keys To An Effective Church Study Guide

Author : Kennon L. Callahan
ISBN : 0787939420
Genre : Religion
File Size : 79.88 MB
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Tested with thousands of users, this in-depth study guide discusses new and useful ways to interpret and work through Twelve Keys to an Effective Church. It also discusses the key principles outlined in Twelve Keys and their biblical connections. TIMING: Purchase one book for each member of your planning group
Category: Religion

Generation X Approved Top 20 Keys To Effective Leadership

Author : Curtis Odom
ISBN : 1937592294
Genre : Business & Economics
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Leaders aren't born, they are made. And they are made just like anything else, through hard work. And that's the price we'll have to pay to achieve that goal, or any goal. -Vince Lombardi As Generation X managers and executives are now tasked with running companies, there is a fundamental and critical component of business that they cannot push off or delegate and expect that someone else will have it covered-LEADERSHIP. And at its core, leadership is about one thing and one thing only-connecting with people. In corporate America, executives often forget that their objective is not only to manage the company processes, or to supervise the production of widgets or services. Equally important (if not more so), they must lead, hire and retain the people all organizations need to become or remain a successful enterprise. Another challenge for emerging Generation X leaders is to do more with less, which often means developing a more productive workforce. Complicating this is that as leaders they must direct and inspire people that have different generational values. A successful 21st century leader must be able to guide not only their Generation X peers but also the newly emerging Generation Y employees through difficult business challenges. All while mitigating the loss of the technical knowledge and skills of the retiring Baby Boomer workforce. To do this, they must have the leadership ability to align their generational peers, inspire Generation Y and set a clear direction, to maintain productivity, and motivate and influence a workforce that has fewer skills but more expectations. Years ago, there was a study done in the world of education that looked at teacher perceptions and student performance. At a high level, the report showed a strong correlation between perception and performance. When teachers believed their students would perform and the students themselves believed in that perception-even the lower performing students tended to meet the higher expectations. So, what does this have to do with leadership? It's about perceptions and performance. Imagine if we believed in our employees to do exceptional work. Imagine if we stopped hearing about the talent shortage and stopped saying how unprepared the next generation is to work in this environment. Imagine if we actually believed that they could live up to the hype. If we tamped down the anxiety about not being prepared for the next phase of business we may actually see a world where people step up and outperform our expectations. That is what good leaders accomplish-they unlock the potential of the people they lead. This book gives you twenty specific keys to help you become the type of leader that your company or organization needs today and in the future. Keys that will help perception and performance merge for you into the reality of successful leadership.
Category: Business & Economics

Effective Police Leadership

Author : Thomas E. Baker
ISBN : 9781608850204
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 81.91 MB
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In this much-anticipated 3rd edition, Tom Baker expands on the revolutionary leadership insights that made his first editions so popular. This enhanced and expanded version explores even more strategies that help agencies, administrators and officers leverage crime data more efficiently and effectively. From explaining what a leader must be, do & know, to plans fro putting expert-level leadership skills to work immediately, Effective Police Leadership is gold for law enforcement leaders. Great leaders aren't born, they're made...and this book makes them!
Category: Business & Economics

Building Better Leaders

Author : Tom Cannon
ISBN : 0983190887
Genre : Religion
File Size : 48.18 MB
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You may already be functioning in the capacity of a leader, but every good leader knows the importance of continuing to improve in all aspects of leadership. This is also a vital point for new, or potential leaders to grasp; To excel in leadership, you can never afford to stop learning, progressing, and striving for excellence in everything you do, as a leader. To stop is to stagnate, and stagnation is just another word for death. Leaders who forget this principle soon become ineffective, and see their careers or ministries tail off. Building Better Leaders will help you become a more effective leader. Get ready to discover the you, God made you to be, and to maximize your leader skills in new and successful ways.
Category: Religion

Spark

Author : Angie Morgan
ISBN : 9780544716230
Genre : Business & Economics
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New York Times Bestseller “A myth-destroying book that will make you rethink both the theory and practice of leadership.” — Daniel H. Pink, author of Drive “If you truly want to become a Spark in your organization and in your life, I urge you to read this book now.” — Mike “Coach K” Krzyzewski, head coach, Duke University Men’s Basketball Leadership is not about job titles—it’s about action and behavior. “Sparks” are the doers, thinkers, innovators, and key influencers who are catalysts for personal and organizational change. But these extraordinary individuals aren’t defined by the place they hold on an organizational chart—they are defined by their actions, commitment, and will. Leadership experts Angie Morgan, Courtney Lynch, and Sean Lynch show how you can become a Spark by cultivating seven key leadership behaviors. Grounded in the latest research on leadership development, this fresh, accessible road map is packed with real-world stories from inside companies like Facebook, Google, and Boston Scientific, and from the authors’ own high-stakes, challenging experiences serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. With SPARK as a blueprint, anyone can become a catalyst for change, and any organization can identify and develop Sparks. “These authors are not only great leadership thinkers, but they have all led people in challenging circumstances—a huge advantage in guiding the rest of us. Trust them to take you to a new level.” — Brigadier General Thomas A. Kolditz, U.S. Army (Ret.), director of the Ann and John Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University
Category: Business & Economics