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Strategic Leadership

Tony Keys

Strategic Leadership

Tony Keys

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THE NEW DISCIPLINE FOR 21ST CENTURY LEADERS

We live in turbulent times. On an almost-daily basis we are confronted with news headlines of terrorist activity, referred to by some world leaders as "unconventional warfare operated by adaptive adversaries." We in the church have long been familiar with the struggle against the powers of darkness but now, along with the spiritual conflict and age-old difficulties in taking the Gospel out into the world, we face new challenges that see the church competing for relevance and visibility on a global scale. Leaders within the church and para-church organisations are now called upon to think differently, to create long-term strategic plans and communicate a compelling vision within the organisations and churches they lead. How can we equip the leaders within the church with the special mental and physical readiness needed to deal with the uncertainties and ambiguities of the times so we can give them the confidence to take the initiative in the conflict with the powers of darkness?

The second book in this series of three, STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP (and included Study Guide), is written to equip leaders within the church and para-church organisations to be more effective by being strategic. This book gives insight into the spiritual arena in which the strategic leader needs to operate in these times but also provides practical advice on the gathering and analyzing of information, formulating and implemention of strategies and how to maintain the emotional resilience to see the vision of the organisation come to fruition.

Yes, we do live in turbulent times ... but as Christian leaders there is much we can learn from the new disciplines and strategies being developed by our global leaders.
- Publisher.

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About "Strategic Leadership"

THE NEW DISCIPLINE FOR 21ST CENTURY LEADERS

We live in turbulent times. On an almost-daily basis we are confronted with news headlines of terrorist activity, referred to by some world leaders as "unconventional warfare operated by adaptive adversaries." We in the church have long been familiar with the struggle against the powers of darkness but now, along with the spiritual conflict and age-old difficulties in taking the Gospel out into the world, we face new challenges that see the church competing for relevance and visibility on a global scale. Leaders within the church and para-church organisations are now called upon to think differently, to create long-term strategic plans and communicate a compelling vision within the organisations and churches they lead. How can we equip the leaders within the church with the special mental and physical readiness needed to deal with the uncertainties and ambiguities of the times so we can give them the confidence to take the initiative in the conflict with the powers of darkness?

The second book in this series of three, STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP (and included Study Guide), is written to equip leaders within the church and para-church organisations to be more effective by being strategic. This book gives insight into the spiritual arena in which the strategic leader needs to operate in these times but also provides practical advice on the gathering and analyzing of information, formulating and implemention of strategies and how to maintain the emotional resilience to see the vision of the organisation come to fruition.

Yes, we do live in turbulent times ... but as Christian leaders there is much we can learn from the new disciplines and strategies being developed by our global leaders.
- Publisher.
- Koorong

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  • Catalogue Code 252659
  • Product Code 1921161035
  • EAN 9781921161032
  • Pages 248
  • Department Academic
  • Category Leadership
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Crs Publishing
  • Publication Date Jan 2006
  • Dimensions 230 x 150 mm

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