Jesus CEO Using Ancient (Microsoft Reader) Wisdom for Visionary Leadership
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a day or so to develop more insight into the leadership technique that worked for God.
As I learned from reading the text, I realized the wisdom of Christ is not really ancient at all...but are simple lessons in interacting with and leading people that are timeless in nature.
This book could change the nature of our corporations and World if it were required reading for business leaders....
The only thing that the author didn't emphasize more is the importance of communicating with our boss, Jesus, through prayer, and constantly asking for his guidance in our actions. He will makes us stronger and abler leaders.
The visionary leadership of Jesus, Jones contended, was threefold: strength of self-mastery, strength of action, and strength of relationships. In the strength of self-mastering, Jesus was genuine to face himself and He stuck with his mission. He was grateful to others and He was constantly in a state of celebration. He felt a sense of destiny and had a passionate commitment to the cause.
In the strength for action, Jesus had a plan, formed a team, and took action. He took the long view and said, "Why Not Me?" In His strength of relationship, Jesus gave His followers a vision of something greater than themselves. He was always affirmative, spent much time with his team, and set an example for them. He played with them and loved them to the end.
In a world of business writings looking for the newest trends, creating the new jargons, reducing secrets of success into simplified formulae, and concentrating on skill sets, Jones restoration of Jesus' life could be a fresh perspective. Character-building is more important than skills. Relationship goes further than benefits. The person is more important than the achievements. For continual learning, one needs to be familiar with the first century as well as the 21st century.
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I read once a few years ago, and am reading and translating every chapter every week for our colleagues in church. Highly recommendation is really appreciated. Read morePublished on 30 May 1999
This tape is easy-listening, yet motivational and inspiring. The subject matter may help many women address the need for having purpose and meaning in their career. Read morePublished on 22 Jan. 1998