Liberating Leaders from the Superman Syndrome by Richard J. LoveLiberating Leaders from the Superman Syndrome by Richard J. Love

Liberating Leaders from the Superman Syndrome

byRichard J. Love

Hardcover | May 31, 1994

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This is a brief but thorough analysis and synthesis of over 50,000 pages of current literature (from both the secular and religious arenas) that address the topic of leadership. Love demonstrates that effective leadership is not a matter of developing a long list of universal leadership 'traits.' Rather, an effective Christian leader maximizes strengths, minimizes limitations, and consistently grows in Christlike character in order to share a vision with others. This particular hypothesis of leadership is called the 'Project Cathedral Hypothesis Regarding Leadership.'
J. Richard Love is Senior Pastor at Christ Community Church in Ruston, Louisiana.
Title:Liberating Leaders from the Superman SyndromeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:254 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:May 31, 1994Publisher:UPA

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ISBN - 10:0819192414

ISBN - 13:9780819192417

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Liberating Leaders from the Superman Syndrome lays hold on the traditional research abundantly found in leadership books of the past. Then the author builds a case for a church leadership system which incorporates the gifts of all God's people and their calling to a variety of ministry roles. The result offers a solid focus on universal priesthood coupled with practical suggestions for developing leadership for the twenty-first century Christian community.