The World's Most Powerful Leadership Principle: How to Become a Servant Leader (Hardcover)
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Author and consultant James Hunter believes that in the midst of numerous national corporate scandals leaders must take a fresh look at leadership through the lens of some very ancient principles. Leadership that is authentic and effective is "servant" leadership following the principles revealed in the life and ministry of Jesus Christ:
Recently it struck me that if love changes people, which I know it does, it would seem to follow that God is the source of change and growth because He is love. Put another way, when people begin loving others through their efforts and behavior, God has the opportunity to work in the lives of both the giver and the receiver.
"In his new book, "The World's Most Powerful Leadership Principle, "Hunter demonstrates that leadership and character development are one. But the work, and even the pain, of changing one's self breaking old, worn-out habits is not easy. Hunter provides an uncomplicated, straightforward, three-step change process he has seen successfully employed by literally thousands of leaders to effect change in their lives and organizations and fulfill beneficial goals.
This groundbreaking book will open the eyes of frustrated, disheartened leaders at every level and foster change for good at the personal, organizational, and societal level.
About the Author
JAMES C. HUNTER is head of J. D. Hunter Associates, LLC, a leadership training and development firm. His internationally bestselling book, The Servant: A Simple Story About the True Essence of Leadership, has been translated into nine languages and has sold more than 250,000 copies to date. Jim is a sought-after public speaker whose clients include some of the world s most admired organizations, including American Express, Nestle, ServiceMaster, Procter & Gamble, Southern Company, and the U.S. Air Force. Jim resides in Michigan with his wife and daughter and can be reached online at www.jameshunter.com."