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Be a Leader People Want to Follow
Many leaders are missing an essential ingredient to greater influence. They might be amazing visionaries, implementers, and even orators, but if they don't listen well, they're leading beneath their potential.
In Listen Well, Lead Better, Steve and Becky Harling share ten practices that will transform your listening skills. Written for leaders at all levels of churches, nonprofits, and businesses, this immensely practical book will teach you how to:
· Make people feel known and valued
· Ask better questions (to get better input)
· Create a culture of collaboration and cooperation
· Achieve greater credibility
· Engage conflict constructively
· And much more
Filled with biblical wisdom and actionable ideas for a wide range of organizations, this book will equip you to communicate better and be a leader people want to follow.
"Packed with ear-opening insights that will help you increase self-awareness and engage those you lead and love at a deeper level of soul."--TIM LUCAS, author of Liquid Church
"Valuable help for every rung of the leadership ladder."--CAROL KENT, author of Speak Up with Confidence
Steve Harling is a thirty-five-year veteran of church and nonprofit leadership. As the president of a global ministry, Steve travels around the world mentoring leaders and speaking at mission events, Bible conferences, and leadership retreats.
Becky Harling is a certified speaker, leadership coach, and trainer with the John Maxwell Team. She is the author of several books, including How to Listen So People Will Talk, and she speaks nationally and internationally at conferences, retreats, and training events. The Harlings travel widely from their home base in Colorado Springs.
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