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Leading as Jesus Led: Christ Models of Leadership

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ABSTRACT

Good leadership is a challenge in most institutions and organizations in our world. This problem emanates from having the right people to lead in such institutions and organizations. People have assumed leadership responsibilities by virtue of the positions they occupy but they do not have the requisite leadership training for that position. Others also have looked up to certain individuals who have their own challenges. The problem of leadership in our world therefore calls for studies in finding solutions to the problems. In view of this, Jesus Christ, the greatest leader ever lived, is brought into perspective. Christ leadership models will inform all leaders as to what it takes to be a true leader. If these models are adopted, it will help improve leadership skills in all institutions and organizations.


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Nsiah, G. (2013). Leading as Jesus Led: Christ Models of Leadership. Open Journal of Leadership, 2, 103-105. doi: 10.4236/ojl.2013.24016.

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