Resisting the Temptation of Pride in Leadership

Author:
W. Scott Brown
Date:
February 1, 2024
Type:

W. Scott Brown exposes five markers of pride : blame; chaos; deceit; defensiveness and foolishness, and suggests that Christ's example of humility serves well in providing good leadership.

"Do you see markers of pride in your own leadership?

Do you judge the success of leaders from a worldly or biblical perspective?

How can we better follow the humble way of Jesus’ leadership?"

https://tifwe.org/resisting-the-temptation-of-pride-in-leadership-2/

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