Follow Your Own Lead! The Next Generation Leader has been challenging young Christians eager to learn, grow, and lead in ministry or in the marketplace since its original release in 2003. Now with an all-new look, this repackaged version continues to advance the mission of the first release. Mentoring young leaders as they face the unique issues of a changing world has been pastor and bestselling author Andy Stanley’s passion for more than a decade.
Here he shares material from his leadership training sessions, developed to address essential leadership qualities such as character, clarity, courage, and competency. This is the perfect guide for any new leader - or for the mentor of a future leader! Straight Talk to Tomorrow’s Leaders Five characteristics mark the man or woman who will shape the future. Courage, Clarity, Competence, Coachability, Character.
Drawing on two decades of experience mentoring a rising generation, seasoned visionary Andy Stanley shows how to:
"Capable men and women will eventually catch, pass, and replace the current generation of leaders," says Stanley. "Embracing these essentials, you will not only excel in your personal leadership, but also ensure a no-regrets experience for those who choose to follow you."
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Anyone serious about influencing others in a positive way needs this and other books written by Andy Stanley. This particular book was a quick read but full of insights into authentic leadership.
A must read for any leader in today's world. Very clear, concise and practical information on how to become a more effective and efficient leader.
Andy sticks to what he does best. He pulls from biblical principles to help create a picture for what that looks like practically. His narration skills help to make it feel more like a one on one experience.
Good read or listen. I think he addressed important issues around leadership and did it well. I plan to listen to it again, as it is worth my time to really understand the content. What is next? Seems like there needs to be a follow up.
This is perhaps the best leadership book I have in my library. It addresses the convictions I strive to maintain and the skills I aspire to finesse at the same time with practical stories and valuable insight.
All five leadership principle were very good but number four on coaching was worth the investment of the book for me.
Andy has very good things to say and the part on clarity was particularly helpful. Still, overall, I did not find the book to have a lot of original thought. I hoped that Andy would have more new thoughts to bring to the conversation of leadership. Instead, it was a restating of old truths in helpful and concise ways.
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