Podcast Episode #001
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On this debut episode of Rainer on Leadership, I discussed a recent blog series (part one • part two) on “Ten Ways Ordinary People Become Good Leaders.” Here are the ten traits:
- They determine that their integrity would not be compromised.
- They work hard.
- They take responsibility for themselves.
- They are decisive.
- They read a lot.
- They have genuine humility.
- They seek mentors.
- They avoid ruts.
- They have a sense of humor.
- They are goal setters.
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Resources Mentioned in this Episode
- Mentor: How Along-the-Way Discipleship Will Change Your Life by Chuck Lawless
- Profitable Growth is Everyone’s Business: 10 Tools You Can Use Monday Morning by Ram Charan
- Simple Church:Returning to God’s Process for Making Disciples by Thom S. Rainer and Eric Geiger
- Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t by Jim Collins
- The Essential Drucker: The Best Sixty Years of Peter Drucker’s Essential Writings on Management by Peter F. Drucker
As am following Brother Thom Rainer daily online, I find that some where God is talling me things that I shoul keep doing daily into the ministry without changing as I moving to huge and high level
Please keep on sending to us those inspired message
Yours at his service
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