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J. Robert Clinton

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  • Making Of A Leader


    After examining the lives of hundreds of historical, biblical, and contemporary leaders, Dr. J. Robert Clinton gained perspective on how leaders develop over a lifetime. By studying the six distinct stages he identifies, you will learn to:

    * Recognize and respond to God’s providential shaping in your life
    * Determine where you are in the leadership development process
    * Identify others with leadership characteristics
    * Direct the development of future leaders

    This revised and updated edition includes several new appendices and expanded endnotes as well as an application section at the end of each chapter.

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  • Connecting : The Mentoring Relationships You Need To Suceed In Life


    No one is capable of living life without help. Learn how mentoring relationships can put you years ahead of where you’d be on your own.

    WE WERE MEANT FOR EACH OTHER. None of us are fully equipped to excel in life. Our weaknesses, blind spots, limited capabilities, and lack of experience all point to one thing-interdependence. Which is why connecting with others plays such an indispensable role in healthy development. Having access to the wisdom, experience, vision, and direction of those who have gone before can put you years ahead of where you’d be on your own. And, in addition to enhancing you own potential in all of life’s growth areas (spiritual, emotional, professional, relational, etc.), the things you’ll discover will equip you to help others as well.

    So why don’t we place more of a priority on developing these essential, empowering relationships? Are we uneasy with the vulnerability, assuming it will be perceived as weakness? Do we hesitate to ask, not wanting to impose on anyone else’s busy schedule? Are we reluctant to provide guidance for others, not wanting to come across as proud or self-important? Each of these factors can play a part, of course. But the main reason we miss out, according to Stanley and Clinton, is that we simply don’t understand the true nature of mentoring-a problem that is easily overcome.

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