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DISCovering the Leadership Styles of Jesus

by Ken Voges

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Behavioral differences are God-given blessings if properly used. However, these same styles can become disastrous when improperly applied. Using the renowned DISC behavioral system, the authors highlight the unique leadership styles of 16 famous leaders who made a dynamic impact on the world and biblical history. These same leadership styles are also shown to parallel the leadership styles of Jesus but with one unique difference... Jesus continually transitions perfectly to meet each need whereas the other leaders tended to use only one style. The lesson to be learned is in appreciating the diversity of leadership styles and when to apply them. Jesus is the book's model. This is a companion volume to the Understanding How Others Misunderstand You book and workbook which profiles over 20 additional biblical characters.

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