25 Principles from Mohler’s book “The Conviction to Lead (25 Principles for Leadership that Matters)

The twenty-five principles covered in Albert Mohler’s new book, The Conviction to Lead (25 Principles for Leadership that Matters.

1. The Conviction to Lead (True Leadership Starts With a Purpose, Not a Plan)

2. Leading is Believing (The Leader Is Driven by Beliefs That Lead to Action)

3. Convictional Intelligence (The Leader Develops the Capacity to Think in Convictional Terms and Leads Followers to Do the Same)

4. Leadership is Narrative (The Leader Draws Followers Into a Story That Frames All of Life)

5. Leaders Understand Worldviews (The Leader Shapes the Worldview of Followers)

6. The Passion to Lead (Passionate Leaders Driven by Passionate Beliefs Draw Passionate Followers)

8. Leader Are Teachers (The Effective Leader Is the Master Teach Within a Learning Organization)

9. Leadership Is All About Character (Leaders Are Trusted When Their Lives Are in Alignment With Their Convictions)

10. Leadership and Credibility (Leadership Happens When Character and Competence Are Combined)

11. Leaders Are Communicators (The Leader’s Most Essential Skill Is the Ability to Communicate… Over and Over Again)

12. Leaders and Readers (When You Find a Leader, You Find a Reader, and for Good Reason)

13. The Leader and Power (The Faithful Leader Knows That Power Is Never and End in Itself)

14. Leaders are Managers (Not All Managers Are Leader, but All Leaders Are Managers

15. Leaders are Speakers (Leaders Give Voice to Conviction and Mobilize Hearts and Minds With A Message)l

16. Leadership in Stewardship (Leaders Never Lead for Themselves; They Are Stewards in Service of Another)

17. The Leader as Decision Maker (Organizations Expect Many Things From Leaders, Most of All the Trusted Ability to Decide

18. The Moral Virtues of Leadership (Leadership and Morality Are Inseparable)

19. The Leader and Media (The Medium Is Not the Message, You Are – and the Leader Must Know How to Deliver That Message

20. The Leader as Writer (The Written Word Remains One of the Most Powerful Ways to Lead, so Leaders Write)

21. The Digital Leader (Leaders Understand the Digital World – a World in Which They are Called to Lead)

22. The Leader and Time (Leaders Know That Time Is the Great Equalizer of Humanity)

23. Leadership That Endures (The Leader’s Goal Is Not Only to Last but to Endure)

24. The Leader is Death (Morality Frames the Horizon of Leadership)

25. The Leader’s Legacy (In The End, the Leader’s Goal Is to Leave a Lasting Imprint)

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