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The Four Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership The Power of Leading from Your Heart, Soul, Mind, and Strength
By Jenni Catron
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 10/13 SandraTWP wrote: Some of the thoughts that go through my mind when I consider a book to review are: Will this book help my kids? Would this have been a great/fun/helpful/wonderful book to have had when they were younger? Will this book help me be a better teacher/mother/guide? Will my readers think this might be helpful ... Some of the thoughts that go through my mind when I consider a boo ...
On 9/24 Ashley Courvelle wrote: "Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, with all your mind and with all your strength" -Mark 12:30 According to Jenni Catron there are 4 dimensions of extraordinary leadership, based on the greatest commandment in the Bible stated in Mark 12:30. Author Catron explains how leaders ... Great read for leaders!
On 8/22 leaderature wrote: I am a keen student of leadership books and I read all leadership books no matter how badly written they are. I had never heard of Jenni Catron and I chose to read this book simply because I was interested in reading about leadership from someone new to me. I was particularly interested in understanding ... Book Review: The Four Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership By Jenni Catron
On 4/9 Michelle Kelly wrote: What is extraordinary leadership and what difference can it make? In a society full of the tension of extreme changes how do we prepare the next generation to not only soar, but also to lead? As a mom of teenagers I am asking these questions and more. It is our desire (my husband and I) to to not ... Extraordinary Leadership
On 3/30 Nicole Flothe wrote: You have the capacity to become an extraordinary leader---if you are willing to embrace a deeper definition of leadership and take action to apply it.In The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership, Jenni Catron, executive church leader and author of Clout, reveals the secrets to standout leadership ... Book Review of The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership by Jenni Catron
On 3/28 Steve & Emily wrote: Jenni Catron's The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership was a pretty good read. Catron examines the big idea of Leadership through the lens of the Great Commandment (Mark 12:30). Jesus tells his disciples - and by extension us - that we are to love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and strength.As ... Book Review: The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership by Jenni Catron
On 3/5 Author S.D. Johnson wrote: This book was more than I expected it to be after reading the descriptions on Amazon and other sites. Jenni Catron really knows her stuff and takes you into a deeper level of discovering your potential as a leader. Her format and teaching design can work in any arena of leadership, from church ministry ... More Than Expected
On 3/3 Matt Brady wrote: I enjoyed the premise of Jenni Catron's book, that being the importance of a "wholistic" approach to leadership that includes all four parts our person, the heart, soul, mind and strength. While it is certainly a leadership styled book, it is not written in a prescriptive way. Jenni offers something ... A great diagnostic book for making your leadership extraordinary!
On 3/1 Michael Deutsch wrote: I greatly appreciated Jenni Catron's book, The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership. For quite awhile I have believed that we work through the 4 different components of who we are; that is; our heart, spirit, mind and body.With that in mind, Catron seeks to explain how to be an extraordinary ... Leading from heart, soul, mind and body!
On 3/1 Kim Wells wrote: In The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership, Jenni Catron uses the Great Commandment to establish four aspects of great leadership. “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.” Mark 12:30 Using these four dimensions – ... The 4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership – A Book Review