Synopsis: It is time for a leadership revolution. The old days of command-and-control leadership are over. The new movement of empowering leadership has arrived, and it is servant leadership. Todd Phillipys newest book will empower you personally and professionally by examining the principles and practices of The Ultimate Leader, Jesus Christ. In just three short years, Jesus became the most influential leader in history by serving rather than being served. If you have been inspired by the life and teachings of Christ, then you need to read this book. Endorsements: Todd Phillipys answer to the complexities and nuanced crucibles of leadership so common to the present age is one of faith, discipline, excellence, and hope. He is fearless in his conceptualizations, a writer who illumines what needs to be illumined, a leader of uncommon giftedness. Read this book and enjoy the processes of life, growth, and healing leadership culture. Shann Ferch, Ph.D., Professor of Leadership, Gonzaga University I highly recommend this book for all those on the journey of leadership. In the search for how to lead, this book offers not only theoretically sound insights, but also practical and digestible insights that will speak to the heart. This book is not limited to one industry, but is applicable to all facets of leadership, whether in a church, a business, or any other setting; all while providing a depth of understanding to all that read. Dr. Kathleen Patterson, Associate Professor of Leadership Studies, Regent University The Ultimate Leader will make you an empowering leader, while giving you a dramatic view of the greatest leader of all. Phillipy provides a kind of how-to manual for succeeding as a true servant leader internally, externally, and for eternity. Dr. Kent Ingle, College of Ministry Dean, Northwest University Leaders and those in the business of developing leaders are constantly asking, what is the voice of the emerging generation and what do they expect of leaders. As a member of the emerging generation himself, Phillipy has an important take on leadership, empowerment, and on what leadership could and should be about. Dr. Robert McKenna, Chair, Department of Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Seattle Pacific University and author of Dying to Lead.