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What do members of emerging generations want in a leader? The Kaleidoscope Effect helps leaders reach Millennials and Generation Z with adaptations for this generation. Kaleidoscope leaders face both adaptive challenges and technical challenges. They tweak and adjust without compromising who they are and they define any physical or institutional barriers that prevent the new generation from experiencing and connecting with Christ. Scott Chrostek explores five primary facets of irresistible leadership environments, helps you measure your own leadership effectiveness, and identify your future potential capacity.
Number of Pages: 128
Vendor: Abingdon Press
|Publication Date: 2017|
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Based on the research of author Scott Chrostek, this book dives deep into the character and leadership traits of both Millennials and Gen Z. Pastors, lay staff, and volunteers will learn how to steadily rotate their individual leadership skill sets while identifying common leadership needs that emerging generations crave.
The implementation of the ideas and principles found in this book will produce better leaders who will serve a greater number of people, resulting in the ability to cultivate and sustain attractive environments that ignite the imagination of emerging generations.
Scott Chrostek is pastor at Resurrection Downtown, a campus of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection. Before life in the church, Scott spent five years working in the field of investments. Scott completed his M. Div. at Duke Divinity School and has served the church as an ordained elder for ten years. Scott launched RezDowntown in 2009, and it has grown dramatically ever since. He is active as a coach and mentor to church planters across the country and spends time speaking with young adults about finding life at work. He lives with his wife, Wendy, and their son, Freddy, in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.