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Thursday, July 26, 2007

Shape-Shifting Leadership

Three kinds of leadership for three different situations.
By Dan Kimball, Mark Driscoll, and Leith Anderson
Leadership in the emerging church is a paradox. I am someone who fully sees the value of mission statements, organizational charts, and a strategic approach to leading. I read everything John Maxwell and Bill Hybels write, and they fuel my heart and passion for leadership. The irony is that most growing up in our emerging culture are critical of anything that looks like "organized religion." My church doesn't want anything too business oriented or too structured.
  • Mark Driscoll: Leading Yourself First
  • Leith Anderson: Leading by Influence continue reading

  • see also:
    NB. Your Leadership Is Unique:
    Good news: There is no one "leadership personality."
    by Peter F. Drucker
    The one and only personality trait the effective ones I have encountered did have in common was something they did not have: they had little or no "charisma." Read more.

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