Month: April 2012

Mentoring Leadership

Mentoring Leadership

The secret from the past

Where are the leaders?During the early years of the church, discipling and leadership development methods surfaced from the culture of the time. For each generation, mentoring leadership took personal responsibility for developing the next generation within the context of their culture. Looking at the early church times, history informs us about what seems to be a dying art – that of intentionally coming along side and developing the next generation through mentoring.

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Leader or Dictator

Are we being a leader or a dictator?

A true leader opens up his or her heart and actually listens to the hearts of others. In order to listen to another person’s heart you must get to know them. A dictator never even considers the “people” – all that matters is the “agenda”. A true leader values people. A dictator sees people as a commodity.

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A Credible Leader

A Credible Leader

For a moment, imagine yourself an owner or in a leadership position of a growing organization of your choice. What would it be? Would it be a farm, a small business, a large business, or a non-profit organization, or something else? Imagine also how it feels to be successful.

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