Noted church leadership development author, Don Cousins, warns of misperceptions about the nature of church leadership. A majority of pastors are not organizational builders and feel inadequate for the task. Cousins contends that the emphasis is misplaced and offers a plan to shift that emphasis in the correct (and biblical) direction.
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Review 1 for Experiencing LeaderShift: Letting Go of Leadership Heresies
I am 3/4 of the way through this book and I can't recommend it highly enough. It is succinct, and full of wisdom. Cousins addresses important issues of leadership by explaining and reviewing a number of heresies with respect to leadership. It is an extremely encouraging and timely. I consider this a must read.
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Review 2 for Experiencing LeaderShift: Letting Go of Leadership Heresies
This book is soon to be a classic for those who desire to create a "serving church." It is well written and filled with practical suggestions. The author shows how the church has bought into worldly definitions of leadership rather than biblical ones. As result, we have exalted the gift of a select few, while downplaying or ignoring the contributions that other gifts can make to the growth and direction of the church.This a great book for church leaders as well as the "regular Joe" in the pew.