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The Resilient Leader

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Adversity often comes without warning. Bad news is shocking. Betrayal is heartbreaking . It's natural for a church leader to feel defensive and want to fight back. But fear and anger make for poor strategies when it comes to resolving...


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Adversity often comes without warning. Bad news is shocking. Betrayal is heartbreaking. It's natural for a church leader to feel defensive and want to fight back. But fear and anger make for poor strategies when it comes to resolving conflict and thriving afterward.

Is it possible to rise above the storm and even thrive despite it? Ordained minister and leadership consultant Alfred Ells says yes, it is. Through stories of leaders who have suffered the traumas of betrayal, conflict, and failure, he provides insights, wisdom, and instruction on how to leverage adversity to become a resilient leader skilled at repairing any breach.

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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 577092
  • Product Code 9780830781133
  • ISBN 0830781137
  • EAN 9780830781133
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category Church Leadership
  • Publisher David C Cook
  • Publication Date Sep 2020
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 1.68 MB (EPUB)

Alfred Ells

Gary Kinnaman is the senior pastor of Word of Grace Church in Mesa, Arizona, which has more than 7,000 active members. He has written seven books, including How to Overcome the Darkness. Kinnaman credits coauthor Alfred Ells with saving his life and ministry through his honest, caring support during a time of serious personal depression. Ells, the author of seven books, including One-Way Relationships, is founder and director of ClergyCare, a non-profit counseling organization for ministry leaders. A

  • <b>adversity Often Comes Without Warning. Bad News Is Shocking. Betrayal Is Heartbreaking</b>. It's Natural For A Church Leader To Feel Defensive And Want To Fight Back. But Fear And Anger Make For Poor Strategies When It Comes To Resolving Conflict And Thriving Afterward.<br> <br> Is It Possible To Rise Above The Storm And Even Thrive Despite It? Ordained Minister And Leadership Consultant Alfred Ells Says Yes, It Is. Through Stories Of Leaders Who Have Suffered The Traumas Of Betrayal, Conflict, And Failure, He Provides Insights, Wisdom, And Instruction On How To Leverage Adversity To Become A Resilient Leader Skilled At Repairing Any Breach.<br>