No doubt Paul was the most dynamic figure in the early church, planting the faith across Europe and Asia. Now a New Testament scholar and an expert on organizational theory explore the apostle's methods for inspiring a fragile network of hesitant followers---and offer principles of transformational leadership for modern managers. Includes questions for reflection and discussion. 208 pages, softcover from Hendrickson.
A seasoned Bible scholar and an expert in organizational leadership and change offer principles for modern managers and leaders drawn from Paul's dynamic leadership style. In a unique blend of management theory and biblical scholarship, Ascough and Cotton demonstrate that Paul essentially wrote the book on how transformational leaders should operate. Thoroughly grounded in biblical studies and the academic study of leadership--yet written in a clear and readable style--their conclusions will challenge thinking in a variety of organizations.
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