Chapter 4—Learning to Lead Like Jesus with Relationships
- Relational leaders value relationships—sometimes more than measured results.
- Relational leaders understand how relationships affect their quality of life.
- Relational leaders value the eternal significance of relationships. <!–split–>
- Relational leaders invest their lives in others’ lives.
- Relational leaders honor their parents even when they are hard to honor.
- Relational leaders engage their children and grandchildren in the ways of wisdom.
- Relational leaders view marriage as a laboratory for living out their faith.
- Relational leaders do what’s best for everyone instead of showing favoritism.
Chapter 5—Learning to Lead Like Jesus with Teachability
- Teachable leaders are ever learning the ways of the Lord.
- Teachable leaders learn from other leaders who complement their gifts and skills.
- Teachable leaders are careful not to get ahead of themselves or those they lead.
- Teachable leaders prepare heart and mind to receive the truth.
- Teachable leaders are patient to make things better before becoming bigger.
- Teachable leaders have authentic faith that challenges others to have the same.
- Teachable leaders grow in their skill to communicate clearly, creatively, and often.
- Teachable leaders are willing to move out of their comfort zones and learn new things.
- Teachable leaders discuss timeless books and ideas with others.
- Teachable leaders love God with their minds by learning and applying His Word.