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You know that someone "gets" leadership when they talk about having a vision, but leading people as the vision not just a means to achieve the vision. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Jason
Definitely one of the top five leadership books I have read. (And I have read many) I highly recommend it to anyone who is a leader who wants to continue growing or someone who... Read morePublished 28 days ago by A reader, a writer, and someone looking to share Truth...
My second time reading this great book and I highly recommend it to all existing and aspiring leaders. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Brent
Great book on church leadership. I like the fact he doesn't hide the woes of leading. It's not a formula he teaches, just leadership.Published 4 months ago by Joshua Hagan
This book is filled with fantastic practice leadership principles that can be applied to anyone in any type of setting.Published 6 months ago by SaintLuis
This is the best leadership book I have ever read for those who want to lead in the church. Thirty five years of ministry and this is what I needed right now.Published 6 months ago by M. Kreh
Second time around was even better than the first. Thankful, encouraged and already ready to read it again a third time.Published 6 months ago by Annonymous