The Beliefs Of Leadership By Jesus Of Nazareth

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We must make it clear that no one is a leader all the time and at all times. A true leader does not create dependency on his person and he knows how to recognize and value the leadership that is in each one, even if he shows only at certain times or circumstances.
No one defines itself leader. Being a leader is something that is recognized by others. Even if a person wants to get out of their anonymity to be a leader, and do everything to show they are the best, their ability to lead is recognized by others and not by your will. In (Mark 1.6-11) Jesus becomes aware of leadership that is within it. More than recognition that comes from God and therefore unquestionable, the gospel want to emphasize the "assumption of leadership by the leader."
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Jesus is not moved by the immediacy of the results, the efficiency and even the maintenance of your image, but by the desire to build the biggest project with his values. Prove that all of this has already started, which is within reach of the people, which is near, it is in the midst of the people. It 's not something that will come from outside or by a lit, a leader exclusively. The leader acts as a true educator, who knows pull out the values, dreams, aspirations of the people and gives them life. In all people, even in the most socially invisible, Jesus knows how to motivate and mobilize them to add to it (Mark.1, 40 ... 2: …show more content…
Jesus is not jealous of his own leadership, does not feel threatened by it, or is jealous because of it. Rather, he would like all to be leaders who serve, value, welcome, motivate. Jesus recognizes the moral leadership and prestigious of Peter, John, John the Baptist ... He knows to recognize them those values, qualities that can make them a leader. He does not fear the success of the other, but is pleased that others recognize the leadership that exists within himself and that they exercise.
Therefore, he always preached that any of his staff could be like him: he never took responsibility for their subordinates by giving them the power to perform. Through these powers and responsibilities they lead immortalized his achievements across a book that added old lessons of the Old Testament with the title of the New Testament, the Gospel of Jesus.
Shewed no power to influence people and make them follow you or accept your ideas and experience: only influenced people with the truth hidden in their own

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