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The leadership ellipse [electronic resource] : shaping how we lead by who we are / Robert A. Fryling ; foreword by Eugene H. Peterson.

By: Fryling, RobertContributor(s): Morey, Arthur [nrt] | Christianaudio (Firm)Material type: SoundSoundPublication details: [Escondido, Calif.] : Christianaudio, 2010. Description: 1 online resource (1 sound file)ISBN: 9781441645180 (electronic audio bk.); 1441645187 (electronic audio bk.)Subject(s): Spiritual life. -- Christianity | Christian leadership | Leadership. -- Religious aspects. -- ChristianityGenre/Form: Audiobooks. DDC classification: 248.892 LOC classification: BV4501.3 | .F79 2010eabOnline resources: Click for online access
Contents:
A weaned soul: the practice of Sabbath -- A growing strength: the practice of pruning -- A renewed mind: the practice of humble thought -- A dancing heart: the practice of involvement -- In a frenzied world: the perspective of prayer -- In a lonely world: the promise of belonging -- In a fragmented world: the pursuit of shalom -- As more than a grasshopper: the practice of wholeheartedness -- As an organizational ecologist: the practice of attentiveness -- As a grateful creature: the practice of clarity.
Read by Arthur Morey.Summary: Leadership has more in common with an ellipse with two focal points than a bull's-eye with a single target. Designed to help Christian leaders embrace both halves of the tension-- our internal relationship with God and our external relationship with others. Helps one find a truly authentic, integrated way to lead.
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NETLIB 248.892 F948 2010 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 37412993001600
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A weaned soul: the practice of Sabbath -- A growing strength: the practice of pruning -- A renewed mind: the practice of humble thought -- A dancing heart: the practice of involvement -- In a frenzied world: the perspective of prayer -- In a lonely world: the promise of belonging -- In a fragmented world: the pursuit of shalom -- As more than a grasshopper: the practice of wholeheartedness -- As an organizational ecologist: the practice of attentiveness -- As a grateful creature: the practice of clarity.

Read by Arthur Morey.

Leadership has more in common with an ellipse with two focal points than a bull's-eye with a single target. Designed to help Christian leaders embrace both halves of the tension-- our internal relationship with God and our external relationship with others. Helps one find a truly authentic, integrated way to lead.

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