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The 2011 Leadership Book Awards

We highly recommend these titles as you strive to develop your leadership gifts.

Each year a number of excellent leadership books are published. Of course, so are a lot of bad ones. It's hard enough for busy leaders to carve out time to read, let alone hunt for the best titles. That's why we do the annual Leadership Book Awards. We comb through stacks of ministry and leadership books, and select the ones we believe are worth your valuable time. Again the winners have been chosen by our contributing editors in two categories: The Leader's Inner Life and The Leader's Outer Life. We highly recommend these titles as you strive to develop the leadership gifts to further the ministry God has entrusted to your care.

The Leader's Inner Life


Best of The Best:
Humilitas
A Lost Key to Life, Love, and Leadership
by John Dickson (Zondervan)

"A transformative yet largely unexplored virtue is explored from various angles to reveal its surprising depth and power." —Wayne Schmidt

Our Very Short List:
Sanctuary of the Soul
Journey into Meditative Prayer
By Richard Foster (IVP)

"The author ...

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