Are you a new or aspiring leader? Do you know how to be a great leader? Do you actually know the difference between a leader and a manager? Do you know the top characteristics for great leadership? How to be GREAT Christian Leader was written specifically for you to answer these questions and more in a convenient big workbook format. It’s not just another text book. There are answers to work on and even a bonus action plan. By using real circumstances from a the M Obaseki an ordained minister and experienced leader, shares real experiences writing and facilitating courses as well as advising on leadership issues. The book is based on up to date approaches in a realistic no nonsense presentation. You’ll feel more confident to take on the task of ministry leadership once you’ve read, studied and carried out the tasks within this book
How to be a GREAT Christian Leader was written by M. Obaseki, an ordained minister and author of How to be a GREAT Christian ministry usher meeter greeter, who is passionate about churches and ministries introducing training and development of volunteers and staff. This provides benefits and improvements for leadership as well as their volunteers and employees, which ultimately promotes efficiency in winning and maintaining souls. She’s a qualified Human Resources Project professional with a Post Graduate Qualification in Management. Her specialism is Training & Organisational Development. This woman has worked with some of the biggest blue chip companies & organisations. She’s used her experience to assist ministries with developmental needs of workers, by offering consultancy as well as writing & delivering customised training programmes. She’s served in different departments in ministry as a leader and has a wide overview of systems, management procedures and processes to enhance ministry life. This labourer in the vineyard has worked in various departments within ministry as a leader over 15 years, and has reported to and supported General Overseers and Senior Pastors to upkeep their vision. Her favourite saying is 'There's no traction without friction' which eludes to the fact that if you want to see change it usually comes after a struggle, however the end results justifies the means.