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What type of leadership is needed in a moment that demands adaptive change? Tod Bolsinger, author of Canoeing the Mountains, is uniquely positioned to explore the qualities of adaptive leadership in contexts ranging from churches to nonprofit organizations. He deftly examines both the external challenges we face and the internal resistance that holds us back.

Bolsinger writes: "To temper describes the process of heating, holding, hammering, cooling, and reheating that adds stress to raw iron until it becomes a glistening knife blade or chisel tip."

When reflection and relationships are combined into a life of deliberate practice, leaders become both stronger and more flexible. As a result, these resilient leaders are able to offer greater wisdom and skill to the organizations they serve.

©2020 Tod E. Bolsinger (P)2020 Two Words Publishing LLC

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Making Change Leadership Practical

Tod Bolsinger’s book hooked me with his organizing metaphor of blacksmithing. The combination of distilling the ideas of transformational leadership with his stories makes this a book I will read over and over again.

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