Leading Transformation Articles

Transformational Leadership for Transitional Times
by Major Clarence Bradbury

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Transformational Leadership for Transitional Times

by Major Clarence Bradbury

While many changes could and should be made, unless they are energized by prayer, spiritual renewal, and holy character they will be inadequate to address the needs of the Army and those we serve.


 

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The Biology of  Transformation; How to make peace while leading change

by Jim Van Yperen

jviThe nature of God is to initiate change.  The nature of humanity is to resist it.  Herein lies the primary challenge of leadership: how to invite people into transformation, knowing that conflict and resistance are certain.

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You Can Trust Me!

by Rev. Darren DeGraaf

aseA leader cannot lead without authority.  At different times in history leaders could lead simply out of the vestment of their role. They were the leader, and could base their authority upon that position.  While some leaders still act as if that is the case today, it is seldom true.  Today’s leaders earn the right to lead, to be heard, and to set direction.  It is impossible to earn authority and lead effectively today without trust. Therefore lets consider some of the characteristics of a trust worthy leader.

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