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Welcome To Redeemer’s Leadership Institute (RLI) Training Program. You are here to learn to live. RLI is an organization of THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN OF CHURCH OF GOD NA; established to create an educational environment for developing leaders of influence and global impact for the 21st century.

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RLI is an organization of

THE REDEEMED CHRISTIAN OF CHURCH OF GOD NA; established to create an educational environment for developing leaders of influence and global impact for the 21st century.

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CONTACT ADDRESSES:

The Registrar

2860 E. 5th Avenue, Columbus Ohio 43219

Tel: 614 353 5028; Fax 614 252 7076

Email: [email protected]

Web: www.rlit.org

leadership motivation and team building

Leadership, Motivation and Team Building

Pastor BimpeIshola

(RLI Registrar)

RCCG Chapel of Restoration

Tulsa, OK

November 19, 2011

agenda
Agenda
  • Introduction
    • Background on RLI
  • Module 1: Leadership Development
  • Module 2: Team Building
  • Break
  • Module 3: Motivation
  • Conclusion/ Q & A
  • Presentations
    • Certificate of Completion
    • Return of course evaluation forms

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goals
Goals
  • Understand the need for leadership skills and development
  • To gain insight into who is a leader
  • To assist leaders to identify and develop winning teams
  • To discuss how to sustain and motivate winning teams

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course objectives
Course Objectives
  • At the end of this course, participants will:
    • Identify reasons for leadership development
    • Describe the differences between a team and a group
    • Understand how to identify, develop and sustain team members
    • Know the importance of motivating team members

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redeemers leadership institute rli
Redeemers Leadership Institute(RLI)
  • RLI was the vision of Pastor James Fadele, RCCGNA Chairman, Board of Coordinators
    • Need: to develop effective spiritual leaders in RCCGNA
    • Qualities: Integrity & excellent spirit within the context of North America
  • RLI was incorporated in 2007 & started operation in 2008

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Redeemers Leadership Institute(RLI)
  • Training provided to 380 in 2008; 2678 in 2009 and 2054 in 2010, 3104 from January to date.
  • RLI has extended its services beyond the shores of RCCGNA. Held training sessions at Kuwait in February and in Nigeria in July.
  • RLI has 7 Board Members
    • Pastor Tola Odutola, Chairman/Coordinator
    • Pastor (Mrs) Bimpe Ishola, Registrar

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redeemer s leadership institute rli
Redeemer’s Leadership Institute(RLI)
  • Pastor Bola Idowu, Ph.d
  • Pastor Nimi Wariboko, Ph.d
  • Pastor Wale Akinosun
  • Pastor EnefaaKorubo
  • Pastor O. J. Kuye

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Redeemers Leadership Institute(RLI)
  • RLI approved courses:
    • Leadership, Motivation and Team Building
    • Church Financial Planning, Management & Control
    • Individual Financial Planning, Management & Control
    • Effective Church Administration

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Redeemers Leadership Institute(RLI)
  • RLI approved courses:
    • Ministerial Ethics & Responsibilities
    • Leadership & Authority in the Church
    • Strategic Leadership- A Systems Thinking Approach.
    • Other courses under development
    • New Instructors welcome, visit us at: www.rli.com

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module 1
Module 1

Leadership Development

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activity 1
Activity - 1
  • When you hear the word“Leadership”,

What comes to mind?

  • What does it mean to you?

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leadership development
Leadership Development
  • Leadership Development is the intentional process of:
    • Helping established and emerging leaders at every level of ministry
    • Assessing and developing Christian character
    • Acquiring, reinforcing and refining ministry knowledge and skills” (Malphurs & Mancini, 2005)

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need for leadership development
Need for Leadership Development
  • Leadership Assessment/Gap
    • Dearth of Leadership
      • “where have all the leaders gone? Or where are real leaders?”
    • Church struggle to transition into the twenty-first century
      • Leadership crisis (Exodus: 18)
    • Addressing the issue
      • Leadership topics at executive meetings/ conferences jumped from 54% in 2001 60/62% in 2002 “USA Today Snapshots”

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leadership development process
Leadership Development Process
  • Discover the Leader
    • recruitment (inviting people to join)
    • exploration –church structure/ emerging leader
    • assessment –is this person ready for leadership
  • Launch Leaders into their positions
    • Put the right leaders in the right place at the right time – 3 “Ps” of Dr. Samuel Chand
      • Proper People Placement

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Leadership Development Process
  • Develop new and current leaders in the 4 core leadership competencies:
    • Character –being (soul work)
      • 2 Tim. 2:2: competent, trustworthy and teachable
    • Leadership knowledge –knowing (head work)
      • What must the leader know to lead
    • Skills-doing (hand work)
      • Hard or task skills & soft or relational skills
    • Emotions-feeling (heart work)
      • Recognize theirs & others’ emotions
      • Identify the emotions & Manage the emotions

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sustaining the process
Sustaining the Process
  • Develop new and current leaders through 4 training types
    • Learner-Driven
    • Content-Driven
    • Mentor-Driven
    • Experience-Driven

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Leadership Defined
  • Who is a leader?
  • “A Christian leader is defined as a servant who uses his or her credibility and capabilities to influence people in a particular context to pursue God given direction” (Malphurs, A., 2003)

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activity 2 review
Activity #2 - Review
  • Neh. 1: 1-10 & 2: 1-8- Done in Class
  • NEHEMIAH WILL BE USED THROUGHOUT THIS PRESENTATION AS HE IS A GOOD EXAMPLE FOR ALL OF TODAY’S TOPICS

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activity 2 b review
Activity #2 (b)- Review
  • TAKE HOME ASSIGNMENT
  • Read Joshua 9: 1 – 27
    • Who is the leader here?
    • What attributes does he possess that distinguish him from the rest?
    • What must leaders do/avoid?
    • What lessons did we learn about leadership in this passage?

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summary
Summary
  • Leadership is all about:
    • People, Relationship & Influence
    • Identify a need, take action, get others to act with you
  • 4 Core Leadership competencies:
    • Character; knowledge; skills; emotions
  • How new and current leaders are developed/ sustained
    • Learner-driven; content-driven; mentor-driven & experience-driven

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module 2
Module 2

TEAM BUILDING

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Module 2 - Outline (1 of 1)
  • Team defined
  • Group Versus Team
    • Formal and Informal Groups
    • Transition from Group to Team
  • Team formation
    • Member identification
    • Team building process

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Module 2 – Outline (2 of 2)
  • Characteristics of a Winning Team
    • Team Leadership
    • Danger signals
    • Benefits of High performing Teams
  • Activities
    • Case Study – Nehemiah 4:1-23; 6:1-16
    • Work sheets 1 – 3

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activity 3
Activity #3
  • BRING OUT MODULE 2 (TWO) WORKSHEET #1, COMPLETE IT AND KEEP. ONLY HAVE 2MINUTES TO DO THIS.
  • THIS IS FOR YOU TO USE IN REVIEWING WHAT YOU CURRENTLY HAVE, ADDITIONAL INSIGHTS FROM THE PRESENTATION AND WHERE YOU & YOUR TEAM NEED TO BE.

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what is a team 1 of 2
WHAT IS A TEAM?(1 of 2)
  • Definition
    • People working together in a committed way to achieve a common goal or mission.
    • The work is interdependent and team members share responsibility and hold themselves accountable for attaining the results (MIT Information Services & Technology).
    • A team is a group of individuals with identical/shared interests, values, norms and commitment to the pursuit of common goals and objectives.
      • Activity: Exo. 17: 8 – 13 - Discuss

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What is a Team? (2 of 2)
  • Every member of the team is important, playing different but complimentary roles towards achievement of team goals and objectives
  • No individual or hidden agenda
  • This is why the statement is common that: “The strength of a team is found in its weakest member”

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think on this
Think on this!

“Coming together is a beginning;

Keeping together is progress;

Working together is success.”

Henry Ford

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team formation 1 of 3
TEAM FORMATION (1 of 3)
  • Leaders must be clear on type of team they want?
  • Overall sense of teamwork vs. building effective focused work team
    • Create atmosphere that values collaboration
      • Culture of teamwork= culture of inclusion

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team formation 2 of 3
Team formation (2 of 3)
  • Identification of team members?
    • Invitation to salvation
    • Invitation to be a worker
    • Start development process through workers training
  • End of workers training – so what is Next?
    • Discuss this

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team formation 3 of 3
Team formation (3 of 3)
  • Deploy them to departments
    • Start to serve
    • Watch their character, attitude, commitment & loyalty
    • Continue development of skills
    • Assess for team lead position

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SEARCH CRITERIA (1 of 2)

By the Leader:

  • Can this person adapt?
  • Can this person collaborate with others on tasks?
  • How committed to the house is this person?
  • Is this person competent?
  • How dependable is this person?
  • Is this person disciplined?
  • Is this person enthusiastic?
  • How tenacious is this person?

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search criteria 2 of 2
Search Criteria (2 of 2)

By the Leader:

  • Is this person mission conscious
  • Being prepared at all times
  • Does this person relate well with others
  • How much of self-improvement has this person done
  • How selfless does this person work
  • Is this person solution-focused or problem-focused
  • **See Summary Sheet

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quick guide
Quick Guide

**See SUMMARY SHEET**

USE THIS AS A GUIDE IN ADDITION TO OTHER POINTS RAISED

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break time puzzle
Break time puzzle

See

**MODULE 2 WORKSHEET #3

IT STARTS WITH:

“GREAT TEAMS POSSESS: …”

Let’s read through this and complete as much as we can

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team building 1 of 3
TEAM BUILDING (1 of 3)
  • Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

(The Characteristics of a Great Team)

  • “Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit. And there are varieties of ministries, and the same Lord…For even as the body is one and yet has many members, and all the members of the body, though they are many, are one body, so also is Christ.” (I Corinthians 12:4-5, 12)

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team building 2 of 3
Team Building (2 of 3)

It is a four- stage process that translates a group of persons into an effective and formidable team.

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team building 3 of 3
Team Building(3 of 3)
  • Determine specialist skills of team members
    • What they do well and best
    • Acquired skills that can give team maximum benefit
    • Personality profile
      • Catalyst
      • Organizer
      • Maintainer

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transition from group to team
Transition from Group to Team
  • The term “TEAM” is not synonymous to or

interchangeable with “GROUP”

  • What is the difference?

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TEAM CHARACTER TRAITS (1 of 3)

A complete team will have its members exhibit the following

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Character Traits(2 of 3)

The simple keys to effectiveness within the team include:

  • Having a natural flair for your assigned task. (it is easy, almost effortless and people around you notice). This has to do with KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
  • You enjoy doing it. This has to do with the heart.

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character traits 3 of 3
Character Traits(3 of 3)
  • So, what do you have in your own team back in your parish, area or zone?
  • Which of these traits are familiar to you?

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think about this
Think about this…
  • At your parish, area or zonal level, are you operating as a group or a team?
  • Determine what you are working with and proceed from there.

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examine these sayings
EXAMINE THESE SAYINGS:
  • United we Stand, divided we fall”
    • “A house divided against itself cannot stand”
    • “Divide and rule”

Bible References:

    • Gen.1:1-3, 26
    • Exodus 7:8-13
    • 1Cor.12:1-31

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WINNING TEAMS (1 of 6)
  • Winning Teams do not arise by accident.
  • They are built through concerted efforts, which at times bring along frustrations.
  • Like quality, building winning team is a continuous process:

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winning teams 2 of 6
Winning Teams(2 of 6)

Source:http://www.1000ventures.com/business_guide/crosscuttings/team_vs_group.html

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Characteristics of a Winning Team(3 of 6)
  • Clear definition of team objectives is imperative
      • right focus on goals and set realistic targets
  • Members understand their roles and expectations
  • Members have good working relationship
      • there is openness, mutual, trust and confidence
      • disagreement encouraged but are civilized
  • Members are/were attracted to the team and they are loyal to the leader

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characteristics 4 of 6
Characteristics(4 of 6)
  • Atmosphere is created for members to influence each other.
    • Shared values and norm
  • Communicationis encouraged
    • Open communication
    • Informal atmosphere
  • Frequent discussion
    • Everybody is given hearing

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characteristics 5 of 6
Characteristics(5 of 6)
  • Winning Teams are self – managing and have decision autonomy
  • A team’s ability to work well together depends on:
    • Work effectiveness (doing the right things)
    • Attract new members as needed
    • Influence one another
    • Maintain team’s integrity

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characteristics 6 of 6
Characteristics(6 of 6)
  • There is supportive atmosphere for decision making and problem solving
    • consensus approach based decision making and problem solving
    • shared leadership
    • the leader receives information from and gives information to members
  • Team develops each members potential; keeps the BIG PICTURE before themselves
  • Selection of Team Leaderis based on his/her ability to make members work together

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take home notes on teams
Take Home Notes on Teams
  • 3 “Cs” for Team
  • Cooperation
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Team =
  • Tolerance ( Together)
  • Encouragement ( Each)
  • Acknowledgement ( Achieves)
  • Mindfulness ( Much)

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TEAM LEADERSHIP (1 of 4)

Roles of a Team Leader

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TEAM LEADERSHIP (1 of 4)

Source:http://www.1000ventures.com/business_guide/crosscuttings/team_vs_group.html

  • Roles of a Team Leader
    • Provide purpose & get the team moving in right direction
    • Build a star team not a team of stars
    • Establish shared ownership for results

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team leadership 2 of 4
Team Leadership(2 of 4)
  • Motivate and inspire team members
  • Develop team members to fullest potential
  • Make the work interesting and engaging
  • Develop self-managing team

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Source:http://www.1000ventures.com/business_guide/crosscuttings/team_vs_group.html

team leadership 3 of 4
Team Leadership(3 of 4)
  • There is a difference between a Manager and a Leader
    • A manager is concerned with the process surrounding the work flow ( activities and production/cost goals )
  • A leader is concerned with providing meaning or purpose in work for employees and creating meaning in the product for customers.
    • Vision and achievement; Future reference

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leadership styles 4 of 4
Leadership Styles (4 of 4)
  • There are different types of leadership styles. Leaders also exercise their authority in different ways, i. e.
      • Rewards
      • Coercive
      • Referent
      • Legitimate
  • The ultimate advice is for the individual to adopt a style that takes cognizance of his/ her personality and the people of the organization that he/she leads.

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problems with teams 1 of 2
PROBLEMS WITH TEAMS (1 of 2)

THINGS TO BE CAUTIOUS OF…

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bottom line for team building
Bottom line for Team Building
  • Equipping others by John C. Maxwell-
    • Law of Significance
    • Law of Mt. Everest
  • Why do people fail to equip others?

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summary of factors for winning
Summary of factors for winning

Leadership

  • Tolerance, Encouragement, Acknowledgment, Mindfulness
  • Well spelt out and clear expectations

Communication

  • Understanding of reasons for what we are doing
  • Accountability requirement for the people

Environmental

  • Identification and removal of barriers
  • Are the team members stifled
  • Do they feel included or used

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Summary of factors for winning

Compelling Purpose

Makes great commitment to a great cause

Clear Perspective

Don’t let fear cloud the future

Continual Prayer

Pray about everything and gain God’s favor

Courageous Persistence

Move ahead despite the odds

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biblical examples case studies
Biblical examples/Case Studies
  • Activity - 2
    • GENESIS 11 ( Tower of Babel); PSALM 133; ACTS 2 – 4 ( The early Church):
    • What team dynamics can you observe in these passages?
    • What positive lessons can we learn here?
  • What of the negative lessons?
  • Activity – 3
    • Nehemiah 4: 1-23; 6: 1-16

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facilitator s comments activity 4 a
FACILITATOR’S COMMENTS Activity 4(a)
  • Nehemiah as Team builder – Neh.3

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activity 4 b
Activity 4(b)

Nehemiah as leader : Neh. 4: 14-23

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conclusion
Conclusion

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module 3
Module 3

Motivation

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motivation defined
Motivation defined

A driving force that initiates and directs behavior

Is the activation or energization of goal-oriented behavior

Motivation without organization equals frustration

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CHALLENGE

COMMUNITY

COMPASSION

COMMITMENT

REASONABILITY

MOTIVATIONAL FUELS FOR EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

Five Motivational fuels

for flourishing the 21st Century organization Structure

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Motivating team members (1 of 2)

Constantly share the vision of the parish/ department

Identify the focus and push member energy into it

Listen and understand the issues they bring

Know what they are going through, touch their hearts

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motivating team members 2 of 2
Motivating team members (2 of 2)

Communicate clearly and constantly with members

Recognize accomplished tasks objectively and encourage efforts

Ensure that team members needs are met in what you assign them to do

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Questions to help you gauge motivational level (1 of 2)

Are the team members clear about the vision of the church? Do they understand how the department’s vision aligns with the church vision?

Find ways to know what motivates your team members? lunch out; public acknowledgement; rewards or socializing at each other’s homes …

Follow up with members of your team, remember what they have shared with you that concerns them. E.g. a phone call

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Questions to help you gauge motivational level (2 of 2)

Are you sensitive to what is going on in the department? A key person relocating can bring down the motivational level of other members

Identify those who are motivated and find out what keeps them going.

Identify who are not motivated and find out what are the challenges

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activity 5
ACTIVITY #5

TEAM EXERCISE:

HOW DID NEHEMIAH MOTIVATE? EXAMPLE FROM NEHEMIAH

TEAM TO READ CHAPTER 2:18 AGAIN

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CONCLUSION

“No task is too great, no accomplishment too grand, no dream too far-fetched for a dream. It takes teamwork to make the dream work”.

John C. Maxwell

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references
References

The Holy Bible.

John C. Maxwell. (2002) Learning the 17 Essential Qualities of a Team Player – Leader’s Guide

John C. Maxwell (2003) How to be a REAL Success- Facilitator’s Guide

John C. Maxwell, J. ( 1995 ). Developing the Leaders around You

Roles of a Team Leader http://www.1000ventures.com/business_guide/crosscuttings/team_vs_group.html retrieved 04/05/2010

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References

Damazio, F. (1988 ). The Making of a Leader

Malphurs, A. & Mancini, W. (2005). Building Leaders

Kouzes & Posner (2004). Christian Reflections on Leadership Challenge

MaCarthur, J. (2004). The Book of Leadership

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