Freed to Lead Course Leader's Guide Paperback
Effective Identity-Based Leadership
by Rod Woods; Steve Goss;
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Freed to Lead Course Leader's Guide
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This book goes with the accompanying course, and is designed to enable Christians to lead confidently based on their identity in Christ. It is particularly for use by those leading the course.
Leadership is tough. Many leaders come to leadership from competence in a different field, or out of ambition, and fear that they cannot really lead and will be 'found out' one day. Many leaders are insecure, driven individuals constantly assessing how they are coming across, and where challenges may arise.
Being grounded in Christ is the foundation for all true Christian leadership. This identity-based leadership makes us less driven, reduces the risk of burnout, and enables us to survive personal attacks, use conflict positively and overcome other barriers to effective leadership. Once we operate from this secure base, centred and grounded in Christ, we become less vulnerable to threats to our status, we cease to have anything to hide (because we can afford to be vulnerable) and we are less likely to be blown off course by strong-willed people wanting to push their own agenda.
Freed to Lead Course Leader's Guide by Rod Woods; Steve Goss was published by Lion Hudson Plc in August 2016 and is our 35195th best seller. The ISBN for Freed to Lead Course Leader's Guide is 9780857217066.
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|Author / Artist||Rod Woods; Steve Goss|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson Plc (August 2016)|
|Number of Pages||192|
|Page last updated||4th September 2017|