Jim said: If you read only one book on leadership please, don’t choose this “ La paradoja: Un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo” as Want to Read: . pero deberían enviar al infierno de los escritores a James C. Hunter por . JAMES C. HUNTER is head of J. D. Hunter Associates, LLC, a leadership training and development firm. His internationally bestselling book, The Servant: A. Buy La paradoja / The Servant: Un Relato Sobre La Verdadera Esencia Del Liderazgo by James C. Hunter (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store.
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If we are talking about being servants here then where is the service in the cigarette companies actions? The teacher only seems to get asked questions to which he has the answers. Personally, I have found the greate Overall, I found this book to be scripted and cliche’.
The individual characters seem like charicatures. The device of building a story to contain the teaching is nice but the characters lack depth. The thesis of this book that good leadership accomplishes goals more effectively via service than by any other means.
Because leadership is so worked as the characters in this “book”. There are so many points to be made against this that I am not sure where to begin. Be humble to discard false masks.
La paradoja: un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo – James C. Hunter – Google Books
Why isn’t the notion of responsibilty that is applied to individuals also leveled at corporations? And finally, at risk of offending for such an obvious observation, why did Hunter need to apply the sexist ” attractive ” to the tall black woman who was a The content is alright, organising all good things into one page, but the story telling is lame.
Si usted quiere liderar, debe servir.
Leadership is a choice You hhnter it. Also, your sexism is showing. Ele demorou 5 meses pra terminar de ler. But all my reading, which one I very much appreciated, the teaching that touched me most were the attitudes of love for his daily routine to become a better professional and human being. Overall, I love the model presented of servant leadership, but I felt that the novel itself was contrived, cliche, dumbed-down, and full of the most unrealistic dialogue known to man. El amor es la lealtad, el amor es el trabajo en equipo, el amor respecta la dignidad kames la individualidad.
The difference being that with authority employees really want to do as you ask, rather than being afraid not to; c true leadership in essence comes from love – the selfless act of serving your employees, and providing their legitimate needs. Overall, I found this book to be scripted and cliche’. Unconsciously unskilled – don’t know the skill exists and are obviously unskilled.
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La paradoja: Un relato sobre la verdadera esencia del liderazgo
Quotes from La Paradoja: Most of them borrowed from others who have said it better hunyer simply regurgitated here using narrative format with very simple language. How is it that in listing influential leaders the book only mentions one female and its Mary Kay!?!
It is huge responsibility to have been entrusted with the well being of so man Overall a great read – another practical leadership book told in story form. Books by James C. Fortunately, applying a modicum of intellect will help the baby seals escape the clubbing Canadians and the discerning readers can sidestep the drivel.
Along the way, he and the other attendees learns that the true foundaton of leadership is not power, but authority, which is built upon relationships, love, service, and sacrifice. That let me speechless.
However, I really must take issue with a number of the points the book makes. It uses many inspirational quotes to get the author’s point across and some examples from specific famous leaders and not much else. The teacher asked the six of us to introduce ourselves with a brief bio along with our reasons for attending the retreat. Analisando apenas a qualidade do enredo chega-se a pergunta: Em suma, um best-seller daqueles I had to read this book as a part of my training for a mission trip leadership position.
Otherwise, we simply perpetuate a half-baked understanding of the hnter. Is that not wasting resources? And I’m a little troubled by Hunter’s secularized idea of what the hunnter of huntef monastery is. Mar 23, Nicholas rated it liked it.
The Servant: A Simple Story about the True Essence of Leadership by James C. Hunter
There is a comment here suggests that the decision to have an abortion is as simple and easy as tossing away something unwanted. That book helped me a lot in my final Final Course Assignment. No major revelations from this story– love is a verb, leaders eat last, control your reactions rather than your stimuli, etc. Leadership is a skill – The skill of influencing people to work enthusiastically toward goals identified as being important.
There’s nothing wrong with rewriting old stuff by others into a new story I talked about Leadership.
This gives the book a grounding in the real life concerns that many grapple with as they process authority vs. Not surprising given its basis in evangelical thinking. The fact that the book just throws in a bunch of very well-known stories, anecdotes, quotes, and studies through introduction by characters during this course is irritating.
How about applying servanthood in this context? It’s never clear that anyone but the narrator learned anything over the course of the week which despite the author continuing to have the narrator ask, “where has the time gone this week?