What Leaders Are Reading

LEADERSHIP asked its advisers to recommend books on team ministry. Here, listed alphabetically, are their choices for improving your leadership team.

"Beyond the Bottom Line"

by William Lawrence; Praxis/Moody; $9.99

"This book shows how relationships affect our performance as Christian leaders. A special emphasis on ethics and integrity."

- Ted Engstrom, president emeritus, World Vision.

"Connecting"

by Paul A. Stanley & J. Robert Clinton; NavPress, $9.95

"Good insights in preventing failures."

- Donald L. Bubna, pastor-at-large, The Christian & Missionary Alliance.

"How to Run Better Business Meetings: A Reference Guide for Managers"

by the 3M Meeting Management Team; McGraw; $14.95

" … encourages leaders to make the most of their time in teams."

- Marlene LeFever, manager of curriculum services, Cook Communications Ministries.

"The Icarus Paradox--How Exceptional Companies Bring about Their Own Downfall"

by Danny Miller; Harper Business, $19.95

" … shows how companies' strengths can become ...

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