This course is both a "how to" and a "how come" investigation of leadership in business, not-for-profits, and churches, in both large and small enterprises. Leadership is understood as a relationship of influence in which goals are accomplished and followership is gained. Building on a solid theological foundation, the student will explore dimensions of leadership particularly focusing on the unique perspective gained from the Christian faith, including such virtues as faith, hope and love; critical perspectives as integrity and life-giving rhythms; and issues of success and failure, sex, money and power. Expected outcomes include: new working priorities; a Christian worldview; and integration of mind, heart and action.
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