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How to Build a Generation of Leaders - Summary

Author: Jane Overstreet
Date: 24.10.2010
Category: Leadership Development, Leadership Development

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Jane Overstreet (USA), of Development Associates International, summarizes the challenges that exist for leadership development.

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Keywords: leadership, Jane Overstreet, Cape Town 2010, leaders

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Reply Flag 0 Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Elizabeth_B (0)
United States

Leadership to me is a complex yet wonderful thing. As a leader, much is required of you but also much is needed to be delegated. This is a hard part of letting things go. I myself struggle with this thought consistently, if I let this item go, it may or may not get accomplished, and can I handle if it doesn’t. How do we as leaders form the leaders under us? Not only is it by stewardship but it is also of allowing for failures that you know will eventually come, and growing from them. How then can this process be done more effectively and efficiently? 


13.09.2011
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Reply Flag 0 Thumbs Up Thumbs Down FellowPilgrim (0)
United States
@ Elizabeth_B:

Your comment about letting go reminds me of a one page article I wrote about Letting Go and Letting God with practical suggestions http://www.freewebs.com/simplelessons/PDFs/LetGoandLetGod.pdf


13.09.2011
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Reply Flag 0 Thumbs Up Thumbs Down FellowPilgrim (0)
United States

Please put link to Covenant of Leadership with this video and here http://www.lausanne.org/issue-leadership-development/ldwg-members.html and send to me at FellowPilgrim at gmail. THANKS!


26.12.2010
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Reply Flag 0 Thumbs Up Thumbs Down Rosemary_Grier (2)
United Kingdom
@ FellowPilgrim:

FellowPilgrim, the Leaders’ Covenant can be found here, in several languages. Thanks for flagging it up - we’ll try to add it elsewhere.


21.01.2011
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United States
@ FellowPilgrim:

Here is the online version of the Covenant http://www.mentorlink.org/leaders_covenant/readthecovenant.html


21.01.2011
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Reply Flag 0 Thumbs Up Thumbs Down patita (1)
Ecuador

I consider that it is mandatory today that Leadership of organizations have commiment before the Lord, to be mentor to younger leaders in order to work  together  in evangelism to unreached people in their own context.

I encourage to the people that as  leadership in Lousanne Movement 2010 ,  to be humble before the Lord, pray so much for his wisdom in order to become like Christ  leader.

I am thankful to the Lord because only for his grace, he has trained to me, step by step as leader in his kingdom, only for his service to others and to be like him.

Patita

Quito -Ecuador


24.10.2010

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