: The #1 reason leaders crash is avoidable. You can drive toward results, lead from fear and anxiety, emotionally decay until you can hardly function (let alone lead), and finally take the ship down with you. Or you can...
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The #1 reason leaders crash is avoidable. You can drive toward results, lead from fear and anxiety, emotionally decay until you can hardly function (let alone lead), and finally take the ship down with you. Or you can soar.
Blending solid theology, brain science, and hard-won lessons from 40 years of Christian counseling and coaching, Rare Leadership unveils a refreshing concept: "RARE Identity." Learn how to form the four essential habits of mature leadership: Remain relational-become a protective leader rather than a fearful or feared one, Act like yourself-lead from your identity in God, not for approval, Return to joy-bounce back from negative emotions reflexively, Endure hardship-build the emotional capacity to suffer well and model it to others.
You can lead from a healthy place. You can respond rather than react. You can live out of vision, not fear. And your organization can follow suit. It can attain a strong group identity and even exude the warmth of Christ. Read Rare Leadership and be equipped to lead a joy-filled, emotionally mature, relationally connected organization.
- :<div><p>foreword<br>introduction</p><p>1) Leadership At The Speed Of Joy</p><p><b>section 1: Understanding Fast-track Leadership</b></p><p>2) The Difference Between Good And Bad Leaders</p><p>3) The Elevator In Your Brain</p><p>4) When The Fast Track Needs Fixing</p><p>5) Don&rsquo;t Take Your Eye Off The Fast Track</p><p><b>section 2: Building Rare Leadership</b></p><p>6) Where You Start: Imitation, Identity, Immanuel</p><p>7) Remain Relational</p><p>8) Act Like Yourself</p><p>9) Return To Joy</p><p>10) Endure Hardship Well</p><p>11) Where Do You Go From Here?</p><p>notes<br>glossary<br>a Day In The Life Of A Rare Leader<br>about Life Model Works<br>about The Authors<br>acknowledgments<br></p></div>