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Competent to lead

Author: Kenneth O Gangel
Publisher: Chicago : Moody Press, [1974]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth O Gangel
ISBN: 080241608X : 9780802416087 0802416144 9780802416148
OCLC Number: 1152368
Description: 144 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: Foreword / Engstrom, Ted --
1. Toward a New Testament view of leadership --
What New Testament leadership is not --
The positive pattern fro Christ --
What New Testament leadership is --
Paul's example --
2. The gift of administration --
Analysis of biblical backgrounds --
Secular concepts of administration --
Drawing some practical implications --
3. Unity and community in the body --
Understanding the church --
Paul's concept of the body --
The implementation of unity and community --
4. Personnel selection and supervision --
Developing a Christian concept of work and ministry --
Securing and serving volunteer workers --
Functioning in the role of supervisor --
5. Bureaucracy and the Christian organization --
Characteristics of bureaucracy --
Bureaucracy and biblical leadership --
Bureaucracy and Innovation --
6. Christian implications of the human relations movement --
The impact of the Hawthorne studies --
A Christian analysis of the human relations thrust --
7. A Christian analysis of motivation theory --
Rokeach Research: Five Belief systems --
Maslow's hierarchy of human needs --
Herzberg's motivation-hygiene theory --
Zaleznik and Individualistic view --
McGregor: Theory X and Theory Y --
8. Patterns of Interpersonal Relations --
Human needs: Basis for effective communication --
Understanding communication channels --
Communication and motivation --
Avoiding communications breakdown --
9. The use and abuse of power --
The power of authority --
The power of Competition --
The power of Position --
The power of Self-realization --
--
The power of Creativity --
--
The power of Quality --
The power of the Spirit --
10. Maintaining institution-individual balance --
Sources of institution-individual conflict --
Organization or Individual: Who needs to change? --
Shaping the idiographic church.
Responsibility: by Kenneth O. Gangel.

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