We would like to share two e-books with you from ALLC (Asia Leaders Learning Committee) focusing on top leadership needs. Please click the links below to download these helpful books.

 

Your Top Leadership Needs – Part 1

Your Top Leadership Needs – Part 2

 

This two-part book “is a compilation of articles written by a variety of experienced leaders within YWAM that gives input and advice about people’s most common leadership needs. The book is intended as a leadership resource for Christian leaders who are at any point of their leadership journey – from those just starting out to seasoned leaders”.

 

Here is the full e-book announcement:

 

NEW RELEASE – FREE E-Book

We are excited to announce the launching of the ALLC’s newest leadership book entitled “Your Top Leadership Needs, Part 2”. It is a compilation of articles written by a variety of experienced leaders within YWAM that gives input and advice about people’s most common leadership needs. The book is intended as a leadership resource for Christian leaders who are at any point of their leadership journey – from those just starting out to seasoned leaders.

In 2015, a leadership survey was sent to hundreds of current and emerging YWAM leaders across Asia, asking them to consider 49 leadership competencies and to choose which of them they most needed to personally improve in. 473 leaders responded to the survey in six different languages. The survey results showed a very high level of need and interest in at least 20 leadership areas.

At the end of 2016 the ALLC published its first book of articles focused on the top 10 greatest leadership needs from the survey. If you don’t already have a copy of the first book entitled “Your Top Leadership Needs – Part 1”, click the links below to download a free electronic copy of both books.

This second book represents the next 10 of the greatest leadership needs from the survey. The percentage next to each leadership area below represents the percentage of people who indicated that item as a personal developmental need.

Strategic Thinking (33%)
Team Leadership (33%)
Developing Community (33%)
Leading with Courage (32%)
Delegation (32%)
Self-Development (32%)
Practicing Spiritual Disciplines (31%)
Having a Biblical Worldview (30%)
Being Spiritually Led (30%)
Defining Roles (30%)

Looking at the percentages above, chances are that you would like help in at least one of the areas above, too!

We pray that this book serves as a helpful resource for you over the years ahead. Be blessed!

Make sure to also check out upcoming leadership schools, trainings and events both online and throughout Asia.

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