Love, Leadership and Legacy was written to inspire, encourage and motivate people to embrace godly leadership. Thoughtful examination of scripture shows that God has a plan for each of us and He desires for us to live and lead for His glory. The author’s hope is that this devotional will draw you into a deeper relationship with God and provide you the encouragement and wisdom needed to lead in today’s world.
"I think everyone who reads Anthony 's book will enjoy and appreciate his willingness to share some of the most personal moments in his life, including both success and pain, ranging from championships in sports to embarrassment and suffering in life. It will be obvious to the reader why he 's so willing to share his life in this way--it 's because he desires to see people let God help them win at this game called LIFE." T.C. Stallings - Actor, Author, Speaker, DOVE Award Winner and starred in the #1 movie War Room. …show more content…
“What Anthony has here is something that every leader needs to read. No matter what field of work you find yourself in, Anthony 's words will help you grow in your faith while encouraging you to lead others well.” Jarrid Wilson - Husband, Dad, Pastor, Founder of Anthem of Hope, Inspirational Blogger and author of the best seller Jesus Swagger.
"Anthony has a proven track record of successful leadership experience. The concepts and techniques he uses are presented in easy-to-understand format that can be effortlessly applied to anyone 's current situation. I highly recommend this book to coaches, parents and leaders who strive to impact the next generation." Ray Funk - Athletic Director, Yakima Valley College
“Anthony has experienced just about every position of leadership possible—coach, husband, father and administrator. He has shown what true leadership looks like in all of those roles and it is on full display in this book!” Lance Villers – Superintendent, Santiam Christian
The American religious leader and author Thomas Monson once said, “Good timber does not come with ease. The stronger the wind, the stronger the trees”. In Laura Hillenbrand’s nonfiction book Unbroken, the eager Louis Zamperini put Monson’s words into action when, against all odds, he turned his life around and becoming not only one of the greatest track athletes but also a survivor of Japanese POW camps during World War II. It was Louie’s eagerness to become stronger than he had thought possible that lead Hillenbrand to share his remarkable story.
Leadership, a word associated with bold and recorded act of an individual that made a lasting impact in some shape or form. In times such as trial and new beginning, great leaders emerge which are sometime immortalized by the passing time due to their legacy; however, not all who lead are necessarily bold and can lost in time and the ideology of the day. This is the case of Abigail Adam. Abigail Adam is woman hailed as a hero of feminism due to her personal writing to her famous husband, John Adams. Yet, when came to her actual work as a mother and the First Lady, she isn’t quite hailed as the ideal feminists.
Hoosiers is a film following the journey of Coach Dale and how he brings a troubled basketball team from hometown champions to state champions. The film depicts power struggle, getting out of your comfort zone, and what a true leader looks like. This paper aims to highlight how Coach Dale is a leader and the different concepts that apply to his leadership style. Coach Dale’s leadership can be connected to the five practices of the “Ten Commitment of Leadership”. The first practice listed is “Challenging the Process”.
The second component of authentic leadership is internalized moral perspective, which is highlighted by Hurley’s unique decision not to cut anyone who tries out for a position on his team. Others may regard such rejection to be a normal part of life, but the competitive view of society does not sway Hurley from wanting to connect those students who have a passion for basketball. Balanced Processing, the third component of authentic leadership, prevents Hurley from showing favoritism towards his players. Anyone who does not follow Hurley’s contract will be punished for insubordination, and it does not matter what the status
Leading with Soul is both an inspiring book and a guide for becoming a better leader. The book alternates between telling the story of a leader who is striving to find meaning in his work, and regular interludes, which include summaries, reflective questions, and information regarding various spiritual philosophies. I was exposed to dimensions of leadership I had never previously considered. This paper will reflect upon how Leading with Soul helped me understand the spiritual nature of leadership, identify strategies for nurturing the spiritual side of my own leadership, expand my capacity for assisting others during challenging times, and increase my compassion while working with difficult others.
By taking on leadership roles such as being president of environmental club and public relations of class council, I am a mentor to others all while sharing the same interests and providing opportunities for them to build their own character. Prior to this school year, I was fortunate enough to attend a weeklong event called Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, where I lived there for a week surrounded by young leaders from all over south jersey. In this experience, I learned that being a leader means being understanding of others and their situations. With this experience I was able to bring back what I learned to my own communities like environmental club. Not only do I have to be organize and communicative, but I also have to be a role model to members of a club by showing my own good character.
Discovery Famous football coach, Tony Dungy, is consistently a man of honor and strength throughout his book “Quiet Strength”. His book is a memoir of his life which captures his discovery of what it means to be a Godly leader and how to live it out both on and off the field. With his son 's tragic suicide, and media fiascos with players, Tony discovers that listening to God and who he has put in our lives will give him peace and wisdom. Tonys upbringing set him up for a lifetime of possibilities which allowed him to go farther than most. I connected most with how Tony handled his son’s suicide, he handled it in a manner I wish i could and would have.
INTRO A senior marketing major with a concentration in management I, John Rizzo, see myself in many leadership roles in the future. As an athlete my whole life and someone who typically isn’t afraid to speak in groups and voice my opinions, I believe I have many skills necessary to lead.
Coach Boone’s method of leadership although on surface level appeared harsh, was a contributing factor to the overall success of the football team. Nevertheless, his efforts extended into the community partially eliminating the race tension. Coach Boone’s military style approach to leadership is grounded in the competency of promoting a congruent behavior. A fundamental component of military leaders is the leader character, “moral and ethical qualities that help one determine what is right and to do what is appropriate” (Shriberg, 2011, p. 228). There are seven principles that guide the military and Boone which helps him reach his ultimate goal of inclusion, not just winning football games.
All respectable leaders possess many positive attributes, from adaptability to persistence, all traits are vital to the wellbeing of a leader and their followers. My peer partner Grace Babcock, current student at North Cobb High and member of the rigorous marching band program continues to display the positive characteristics of a leader while positively affecting her classmates and community. When describing Grace and her leadership skills, terms such as confidence, alertness and charisma come into play. Without a doubt Grace has the ability to progress as a leader and an individual with the alteration of several factors. From the band room to the classroom Grace continues to deliver genuine assistance to her peers and instructors, making
NHS Leadership Essay Being involved in several clubs and activities has enlightened me with valuable life lessons that will sustain with me through my schooling and my life. The club that has presumably impacted my life the utmost is our school 's soccer club. We have a considerable amount of assistant coaches who help us better ourselves not only in our athletic talent, but in our character as well. Kevin Kuhl, our head coach, has taught me to always win and lose with class.
The information and plans that are shown in this book will help pastors, leaders and Christians to develop and produce good disciples in the church that are sincere, willing and robust for the Kingdom. Disciples start like babes and they grow into better disciples with good pastor, leader. You have to start with a Jesus’s vision on making disciples. Once you understand it from his perspective then you can proceed to develop a plan to implement into action to make disciples.
In this book, Chaleff gives tools for followers to effectively support their leaders in order to create a productive and satisfying working relationship. Chaleff also recognizes that followers can also be leaders and gives tools to learn how to foster an organizational culture that will encourage followers to speak up about issues. This book compliments Maxwell's book about the 360 degree leader from the perspective that leaders can and should be in all levels of an organization, not just at the top. Covey, S. (2004).
Description Reflection is a necessary component in learning to regulate opinion, feelings, and actions. Reflection links experience and knowledge by providing an opportunity to explore areas of concern in a critical way and to make adjustments based on these reflections (Knowles Z., Tyler G., 2006). I will be using the Gibbs G (1988) Learning by Doing: A guide to teaching and learning methods (Davies S., 2012).