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Leading with a Limp

Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness

by Dan B. Allender

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  • 3 Currently reading

Published by WaterBrook Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian Church - Leadership,
  • Christian Ministry - Pastoral Resources,
  • Religion / Leadership,
  • Leadership,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Religion - Church Life

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12245345M
    ISBN 101578569524
    ISBN 109781578569526
    OCLC/WorldCa154800011

    This companion workbook to Leading with a Limp is filled with stories, questions, and exercises to help you implement the concepts and principles found in the book in practical ways. This workbook can be used for either personal or group : Random House. Leading with a Limp is for those who struggle with performance-based living, those who are afraid they don’t measure up, those who believe they have nothing to say, those who suffer, and those who want a healthy dose of personal peace. Before cancer, I was driven and afraid. Now, I am experiencing peace and I am on an adventure of a lifetime.

      This book came to me at just the right moment. I was facing a leadership position that I knew would be very difficult. With the information present in Leading With A Limp, I pray that I can be an effective leader and serve God. I think all leaders,whether in business, family or church, will benefit from Leading With A : Anne Boling. Leading with a Limp: Turning Your Struggles into Strengths by Dan B. Allender and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Leading with a Limp: Turning Your Struggles Into Strengths by Allender, Dan B - AbeBooks.

    Get this from a library! Leading with a limp: turning your struggles into strengths. [Dan B Allender] -- "Pick up most leadership books and you{u}ll find strategies for leveraging your power and minimizing your areas of weakness. But rather than work against your weakness, why not draw from a deeper.   If you are a leader–or if you have been making excuses to avoid leading–find out how you can take full advantage of your weakness. A limping leader is the person God uses to accomplish amazing things. To go deeper, check out the Leading With a Limp Workbook/5(6).


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Leading with a Limp by Dan B. Allender Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dan Allender offers serious wisdom rather than simple platitudes.” –Mark Sanborn, speaker, leadership consultant, and best-selling Leading with a Limp book of The Fred Factor “Not only is Dan Allender a good friend, he is a great leader. In Leading with a Limp, he has shown us how we can effectively lead those allotted to our charge/5().

Within his book, Leading with a Limp, readers are encouraged to take advantage of their weakness for the good of those being led. The title of this work comes from the Biblical account of Jacob's wrestling with God found in Genesis /5().

Leading with a Limp is a great reminder that society’s definition of leadership does not equal God’s definition. more This book was brutally honest about the challenges of leadership, but also inspiring for anyone in a leadership 4/5.

“Leading with a Limp is not your basic, cafeteria-brand manual on how to ‘do’ leadership. It Leading with a Limp book a call to openly face your shortcomings as a leader. It /5(3). “Leading with a Limp is not your basic, cafeteria-brand manual on how to ‘do’ leadership.

It is a call to openly face your shortcomings as a leader. It. Leading with a Limp (a c3) has been established to encourage and inspire those who need it while helping others lead with their own limp.

We all have our limps whether it be cancer, a painful past, addictions, hard relationships, etc.–however, through the “thorns in our side” as the apostle Paul said, we can all lead others to Jesus who provides hope and a future.

"Leading with a Limp," along with its companion workbook, supplies practical direction to anyone who aspires to more effective leadership, showing that a limping leader is the person God uses to accomplish amazing things.

In his book, “Leading with a Limp,” Dan Allender writes, “The leader who doesn’t feel pressed to the wall often is not involved in a work that is advancing sufficiently against the forces of darkness.

But the burned-out leader has allowed the intensity and exhaustion of his calling to take away the pleasure of hope.”. Leading With a Limp Workbook.

This workbook takes you from the frustration of feeling hampered by your limitations to a place of effective leadership, where God uses the entirety of who you are in leading others. Based on the core principles from the book Leading With a Limp, this workbook will guide you to. Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness eBook: Allender, Dan B.: : Kindle Store/5(94).

"Leading with a Limp" is not your basic, cafeteria-brand manual on how to 'do' leadership. It is a call to openly face your shortcomings as a leader. Dan Allender reminds us that our greatest asset as leaders is not our competence but the courage to name and deal with our frailties and imperfections/5(92).

Leading With a Limp The author magnifies how leaders are to lead with admit their failures. However, Jesus also said to be wise as serpents, yet harmless as doves.

Perhaps admitting your every little weakness should not be a major priority/5(14). Dan Allender brings an interesting perspective on leadership from the standpoint of both a business organization and a church/Christian ministry in his book “Leading with a Limp.” Most intriguing is the brutal honesty he brings to the cost of leadership.

Book Synopsis While many leadership books today focus on knowing your strengths and leveraging your power, Allender in Leading with a Limp argues that the best leaders live paradoxical lives, where they lead with power because of their weakness, find success through acknowledging their failures and lose their life, so that they might save it.

Editorial Reviews. Praise for Leading with a Limp “There are good books on leadership, but this one is profound. It is better than a ‘how to do it’ book; this is a ‘how to be it’ book for leaders. Dan Allender offers serious wisdom rather than simple platitudes.”Brand: The Crown Publishing Group.

Based on the core principles from the book Leading With a Limp, this workbook will guide you a clear understanding of why God has placed you in ize how God is powerfully using the very things you consider to be your worst qualifications for me feelings of being stuck or defeated by your mistakes.

In Leading With a Limp  and its accompanying workbook, Dr. Dan Allender illuminates what makes flawed leaders so successful. They’re not preoccupied with protecting their image, they are undaunted by chaos and complexity, they are ready to risk failure in moving an organization from what is to what should be.

Allender’s Leading with a Limp,by the time the reader gets through chapter one, “A Leadership Confession,” it will be clear that these are not just clever titles to draw the reader in. Rather, they are a first hint of the unique frankness and vulnerability found in this book.

In his “con. If you're a leader, you are in for the battle of your life, says Mars Hill Graduate School founder Dan Allender in LEADING WITH A LIMP. The author of numerous books, including THE INTIMATE MYSTERY and TO BE TOLD, Allender warns that leadership is costly and likely will never bring you riches, fame or praise.

This workbook takes you from the frustration of feeling hampered by your limitations to a place of effective leadership, where God uses all of who you are in leading others. Based on the core principles from the book Leading With a Limp, this workbook will guide you to: Gain a clear understanding of why God has placed you in leadershipBrand: The Crown Publishing Group.

Book details (and book preview, if available) for Leading with a Limp: Take Full Advantage of Your Most Powerful Weakness, by Dan B. Allender (ISBN: ).Within his book, Leading with a Limp, readers are encouraged to take advantage of their weakness for the good of those being led.

The title of this work comes from the Biblical account of Jacob's wrestling with God found in Genesis After spending a. "Leading with a Limp" is loaded with profound, practical and practically never-verbalized truths that every God-appointed leader needs for success.

Balanced, beautiful, provoking and dead-on! A few of my favorite sentences from just one page: "A broken leader is no longer driven by the need to impress people or to secure their approval/5(6).