It's incredible when someone uses their gifts to make you feel valued and inspire you to greatness. What does it take to develop that kind of heart and influence? How can you become a leader like Jesus?
Join Boyd Bailey as he shows you how to mirror Jesus's heart and make a positive difference in those around you. Explore 11 common traits that mark successful leaders, and learn the keys to growth in wisdom and humility. Through practical teaching, you will find that great leadership begins when you turn your focus to God and model Him in your attitude, conversations, and actions.
A faithful life and humble spirit make you a leader worth following. When you lean into the Lord and learn from His example of perfect leadership, you will see lives transformed—beginning with your own!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Boyd Bailey is the founder of Wisdom Hunters, an Atlanta-based ministry that encourages Christians to live out God’s unchanging truth in a changing world. The author of many devotional books and e-books, Boyd is also cofounder of Ministry Ventures, where he and his team have coached more than 1000 leaders in board development, administration, fundraising, and more. Boyd currently serves as the Georgia president of National Christian Foundation.
I was all in with the very first chapter....the introduction of the 11 Characteristics for great leadership qualities like Christ. As an executive level public servant trying to walk out my faith everyday. I’m left wondering how to balance leadership in a world now that wants quick sound bites, over quality human service care, a world where divisive rhetoric over is being pushed over principled humanity, integrity and leadership. Boyd’s book gave me hope in a world going mad, a world absent of moral leadership, and fraught with hopelessness. Leadership for today and tomorrow will require men and women inside and outside of church buildings (as we ARE the church)...to exercise these 11 characteristics daily. I highly recommend this book. -Yolanda Webb
Read this book if you’re a leader and you want to be the best leader you can be. For your people, for your company, and most importantly - for the Lord. Filled with personal stories and laced with Scripture. -Paul Trotti
Began to read “Learning to Lead Like Jesus” on the plane to Dallas yesterday. The first chapter teaching on “humility” is strong. Loving it so far. -Jeff Meadows