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Category: Leadership

Leadership

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  • Ayuda Trabajo Con Personas

    $15.99

    Sabemos que el liderazgo no es exclusivo de las oficinas y los presupuestos multimillonarios; algunos de los mejores lideres son los mentores y tecnicos que se sienten mas comodos tras bastidores. Pero, y si ser un lider eficaz no se trata solo de tener ideas innovadoras y altos niveles de productividad? Que pasa si convertirse en un gran lider se trata mas de priorizar la conciencia y las habilidades de las personas, que de la produccion y el desempeo?

    !Ayuda! Trabajo con personas no es un libro sobre la teoria del liderazgo, sino un manual sobre como conectarse con las personas e influir en ellas para siempre.

    Con su caracteristico relato transparente y facil de relacionarse, Chad Veach utiliza la investigacion moderna y los principios biblicos para alentarlo a que se apoye en su potencial de liderazgo, independientemente de su nivel de influencia o experiencia. En capitulos breves y facilmente digeribles, aborda las tres fases para convertirse en un lider de calidad:
    – Aprender a liderar a la persona mas dificil de la que estara a cargo: usted mismo
    – Reconocer el poder de convertirse en una persona sociable
    – Crear una cultura y un entorno donde la vision compartida del equipo pueda crecer

    Las personas son la parte mas importante de la vida. Aprendamos a liderar como si nos gustaramos el uno al otro.

    We know leadership is not exclusive to corner offices and multimillion-dollar budgets–some of the best leaders are the mentors and technicians who are more comfortable behind the scenes. But what if being an effective leader isn’t just about having innovative ideas and high levels of productivity? What if becoming a great leader is more about prioritizing self-awareness and people skills than production and performance?

    Help! I Work with People is not a book about leadership theory, but rather a handbook on how to connect with people and influence them for good.

    With his signature transparent and relatable storytelling, Chad Veach uses modern research and biblical principles to encourage you to lean into your leadership potential regardless of your level of influence or experience. In short and easily digestible chapters, he addresses the three phases of becoming a quality leader:
    – learning to lead the hardest person you will ever be in charge of–yourself
    – recognizing the power of becoming a people person
    – creating a culture and environment where the team’s shared vision can grow

    People are the most important part of life. Continue Reading Ayuda Trabajo Con Personas

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  • Lead Like It Matters To God

    $25.00

    Richard Stearns is a leader who has been tested as a CEO in both secular companies and also as the head of one of the world’s largest Christian ministries.

    After stints as CEO of Parker Brothers and then Lenox, Stearns accepted the invitation to leave his corporate career to become the president of World Vision US, where he became the longest serving president in their seventy-year history. During his tenure there he implemented corporate best practices, lowering overheads while tripling revenues. His leadership in calling the American church to respond to some of the greatest crises of our time, notably the HIV and AIDS pandemic, and the global refugee crisis, challenged Christians to embrace a bold vision for compassion, mercy, and justice. In Lead Like It Matters to God, Stearns shares the leadership principles he has learned over the course of his remarkable career. As a leader who has navigated both secular and sacred spaces, Stearns claims that the values Christian leaders embrace in their workplaces are actually more important than the results they achieve–that God is more concerned about a leader’s character than a leader’s success. With wisdom, wit, and biblical teaching, Stearns shares captivating stories of his life journey and unpacks seventeen crucial values that can transform leaders and their organizations. When leaders embody values such as integrity, courage, excellence, forgiveness, humility, surrender, balance, generosity, perseverance, love, excellence, and encouragement, they not only improve their witness for Christ, they also shape institutions, influence culture, improve team performance, and create healthy workplaces where people can flourish. Through this book, Stearns will inspire a new generation of Christian leaders to boldly take their values into their workplaces to tangibly demonstrate the character of Christ, the love of Christ, and the truth of Christ as they live out their faith in full view of others. Continue Reading Lead Like It Matters To God

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  • Lead Like It Matters To God Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)

    $10.00

    Lead Like It Matters to God by Richard Stearns is about how the values Christian leaders embrace are more important than the success they achieve.

    This eight-session companion study guide explores seventeen values that will transform your leadership. Following the structure of review, reflect, and practice, this dynamic guide also provides discussion starters for groups to have honest conversations about how values-driven leadership not only improves their witness for Christ but also influences culture and creates healthy workplaces where people and teams flourish. Take a look at the seventeen leadership values you will explore in this study guide:
    *Surrender
    *Sacrifice
    *Trust
    *Excellence
    *Love
    *Humility
    *Integrity
    *Vision
    *Courage
    *Generosity
    *Forgiveness
    *Self-Awareness
    *Balance
    *Humor
    *Encouragement
    *Perseverance
    *Listening Continue Reading Lead Like It Matters To God Study Guide (Student/Study Guide)

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  • Starfish And The Spirit

    $24.99

    Leveraging the metaphor Ori popularized in his NYT best-selling book, The Starfish and the Spider, Ori Brafman shows why the distributed structures of starfish organizations are uniquely fit to the church. They can function without a rigid central authority, and their regenerative abilities make them nimbler in reacting to external forces. Seeding starfish networks inside todays churches will prepare the church of tomorrow to be agile while still maintaining the necessary accountability to be effective.

    Rather than advocating the adoption of a starfish structure in place of the hierarchy of the spider, Brafman, along with pastors Lance Ford and Rob Wegner, emphasize the advantages of adapting the structure and order inherent in a spider organization toward a hybrid model–either a Spiderfish approach (leaning toward centralization) or a Starder approach (leaning toward decentralization).

    The Starfish and the Spirit is about creating a culture where church leaders view themselves as curators of a community on mission, not the source of certainty for every question and project. It is about creating a team of humble leaders in the middle of the church, not at the top–leaders who naturally reproduce multiple generations of leaders, from the middle out on mission. Imagine a church led by a team whose gifts and talents are completely unleashed, enabling everyone to show up and step up with all they really are. The joy and vigor coming from the collective strength, intelligence, and skill in the community of leaders not only brings greater potency but better yields for your ministry as well. What would it be like to see this kind of healthy leadership reproduced into the second, third, and fourth generation, on multiple strands? Continue Reading Starfish And The Spirit

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  • Leading Things You Didnt Start

    $22.00

    A high-impact leadership coach gives you the tools you need to maximize your influence in a new role, giving you the ability to meet any challenge and take your team, organization, church or company to new heights.

    Tyler Reagin addresses a mission-critical but often overlooked aspect of leadership: healthy upward transition. Most leaders find themselves responsible for organizations, teams, and products that they didn’t launch from the ground up. They step into the middle of established cultures, processes, teams, and goals. It’s from that middle that they must make the most challenging and crucial decisions.

    Through the use of tried-and-true coaching principles and practical case studies with leaders like Buzz Williams, head coach at Texas A&M, and Cheryl Bachelder, former CEO of Popeyes, Reagin helps you maximize your newfound influx of influence and master the intentions of an inheriting leader. Get the strategies you need in order to ask the right questions, motivate the new-to-you-team, identify and attack the right problems, invest your energy in core systems, increase your output, and bring out the best in you and your team. Continue Reading Leading Things You Didnt Start

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  • Character Carved In Stone

    $17.99

    Overlooking the Hudson River on the campus of the United States Military Academy at West Point are 12 granite benches, each inscribed with a word representing a key leadership virtue: compassion, courage, dedication, determination, dignity, discipline, integrity, loyalty, perseverance, responsibility, service, and trust. These benches remind cadets of the qualities that lead to victory and success, not just on the battlefield, but in all of life.

    With his signature enthusiasm and insight, Pat Williams shares the incredible stories of West Point graduates who exemplified these traits, from the Civil War to the War on Terror. He shows readers of all backgrounds how to develop these 12 essential virtues in their lives, whether they are in the corporate world, the academic world, the military, the church, or in some other sphere. Continue Reading Character Carved In Stone

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  • 7 Deadly Sins Of Women In Leadership

    $28.99

    For the first time in modern history, women are making their way into strategic positions of influence and leadership within the church, public, corporate, charity and voluntary sectors, in unprecedented numbers. Women are called by God to flourish in these arenas. However, there are significant external and internal issues that hinder women in leadership in unique ways.

    But if you think this book is only for women, you are gravely mistaken. While women’s entry onto the leadership arena may have been the catalyst to uncover deep-seated issues in leadership culture, the challenges addressed here are not unique to women in leadership alone.

    In 7 Deadly Sins of Women in Leadership, Kate Coleman considers what lies at the root of the many challenges facing today’s leaders–women and men–and proposes ways of dealing with them. Effective leadership starts with you and, based on her 35 years of leadership experience, Kate explains how you can:
    *Overcome limiting self-perceptions
    *Establish boundaries
    *Develop a tailor-made personal vision
    *Cultivate a healthy work/life rhythm
    *Stop being a people-pleaser
    *Learn to confront not collude
    *Be intentional with your inner circle

    Written for every leader from any sector, this proven and practical book will enable you to identify and overcome self-defeating patterns of behavior, in ways that will radically transform your leadership. Continue Reading 7 Deadly Sins Of Women In Leadership

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  • Empower : The 4 Keys To Leading A Volunteer Movement

    $17.99

    How do you lead a movement?

    Movements that unify millions and sustain national relevance over the course of decades are hard to come by. They’re even harder to plan and predict. But that is exactly what happened and is captured with stunning detail in this book.

    In Empower, Jeff Martin drills in to four key principles that can unlock a volunteer-led movement. They were unearthed from an event he founded in 2004 called Fields of Faith that focused on giving ordinary people the microphone. It has impacted and united millions of people, thousands of volunteers, and countless community organizations. Each year, over 250,000 people gather on one night in communities across the country.

    How was he able to lead this movement? How can you lead a movement? Empower will give you the four keys-value, simplicity, commonality, and ownership-to lead a movement of your own. Continue Reading Empower : The 4 Keys To Leading A Volunteer Movement

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  • Tested And Approved Mentor Playbook

    $13.99

    Your best days in ministry are ahead of you. Invest in yourself.

    God has called you. You might be tired, discouraged, and disappointed. Or you may be brand-new to ministry and want to keep on the right track to be effective. In this book by Tom Lane, you’ll learn how to start, stay, and finish strong.

    This companion guide to the book Tested and Approved: 21 Lessons for Life and Ministry
    *Leads you on a personal journey of self-examination
    *Includes additional insights and illustrations
    *Guides you into an intimate conversation with God
    *Can be used individually, with an accountability group, or with a mentor

    Learn to enjoy a healthy, balanced life in ministry. Respect the platform you’ve been given as you partner with God’s purposes. Continue Reading Tested And Approved Mentor Playbook

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  • Crisis Y Oportunidades

    $14.99

    Nadie esta exento de pasar por crisis, unas a causa de situaciones individuales y otras provocadas por circunstancias ajenas a nuestro control, como la pandemia que atravesamos. Cualquiera que sea la causa, Efren Ruiz Arregui abre la puerta de la oportunidad pues, como asegura, por cada problema que enfrentamos hay una solucion. Cada capitulo plantea una crisis, y a traves de diferentes experiencias personales, aplicacion de principios y frases de sabiduria, el autor propone puertas hacia caminos diferentes que te guiaran para abrir tus propias puertas y resolver asuntos del pasado y del presente, o para plantearte un futuro en especifico. Esta habil propuesta para examinar tus crisis esta diseada para que encuentres tus soluciones y veas tus oportunidades en 30 dias.

    No one is exempt from going through crises, some due to individual situations and others caused by circumstances beyond our control, such as the pandemic we are experiencing. Whatever the cause, Efren Ruiz Arregui opens the door of opportunity because, as he assures, for every problem we face there is a solution. Each chapter raises a crisis, and through different personal experiences, application of principles and phrases of wisdom, the author proposes doors to different paths that will guide you to open your own doors and resolve issues of the past and present, or to consider a specific future. This clever approach to examining your crises is designed to help you find your solutions and see your opportunities in 30 days. Continue Reading Crisis Y Oportunidades

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  • What Comes Next

    $15.99

    What if, instead of keeping up with change, you could get ahead of it?

    Our mission as Christians was the same yesterday as it is today and will be tomorrow. The world, however, is changing faster than ever before, and keeping up feels impossible. The realities of human life–from how we develop relationships to how we use technology to have impact –therefore change rapidly too. It’s critical that Christian leaders take this into consideration as they plan for their organizations’ future.

    In What Comes Next?, strategists and innovation experts Nick Skytland and Ali Llewellyn use the eight elements of their Futures Framework to teach us how to help shape the future, be visionary, and grow our businesses and ministries. This futures-thinking process is a proven solution for executives, entrepreneurs, pastors, and anyone in between who struggles to respond to an ever-changing world. Continue Reading What Comes Next

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  • 150 Essential Insights On Leadership

    $12.99

    The best leaders bring all of the resources in their world into play to accomplish something great. John Maxwell

    Influential author and teacher John C. Maxwell travels around the world to meet with people of all backgrounds, helping them discover their God-given purpose. John’s timeless leadership principles equip and empower people-from Fortune 500 companies to community leaders-to do remarkable things and lead significant and fulfilled lives.

    Now you can gain from John’s wisdom and guidance with this collection of some of his most impactful quotes. Whether you are called to lead or you’re simply seeking God’s direction for your life, you will benefit from his valuable insights on…

    *Taking Action: In the beginning, you just need to get moving. Try different things. It’s much easier to start doing something right if you’ve already started doing something.

    *Dreaming Big: Dreams are valuable commodities. They propel us forward. They give us energy. They make us enthusiastic. Everyone ought to have a dream.

    *Investing in Others: One of the ironies of leadership is that you become a better leader by sharing whatever power you have, not by saving it all for yourself. You’re meant to be a river, not a reservoir. If you use your power to empower others, your leadership will extend far beyond your grasp.

    Let John’s words inspire you to make a difference in your home, your workplace, and your world. Continue Reading 150 Essential Insights On Leadership

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