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About the author:
Allen Chapin is the passionately committed husband to Angela, whom he met while they were both attending Southwestern Assemblies of God University and to whom he has been happily married for more than 22 years. And he is the wildly proud dad of two sons, Alex and Austin.
He enjoys natural peanut butter, fishing for crappie and bream on light tackle, 1980's nostalgia and watching NFL football.
He is also an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God and has served that fellowship in leadership roles in a variety of local churches, at one of the fellowship's premier universities, and as a statewide director.
Allen also authors a daily blog called "Up: Encouragement and Motivation for Living Up In An Often Down World" which can be found at allenchapin.com.
I Got A "D" In Leadership
Anyone Can Lead
It's a debate which has occurred as long as leadership has been studied... Are leaders born or made? The answer? Yes!
Each person is born with a specific leadership ability, but it takes understanding that ability, honing it and then recognizing that you need others with their unique leadership abilities to help you succeed in accomplishing your assignments.
I got a "D" in leadership is not a book about a grade each of us gets for how good or bad we are doing as a leader. It's about the designation given for the special ability we have each received to make a massive impact in our little corner of this world.
Written in a simple and lighthearted style, this handbook is designed to help common people lead uncommonly well as they embrace their own leadership identity while engaging the leadership identities of other leaders around them in order to build a premier team for optimal success.
So yes, leaders are born. And yes, leaders are also made. The truth is, anyone can lead because everyone has potential, and everyone has received a "D" in leadership.
- Publication Date:
- 154865275X / 9781548652753
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Leadership