Most leaders wish they had a more significant influence with more people. Don't you? However, so many leaders miss this simple point: when you align your influence to God's influence, your own influence grows.
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Most leaders wish they had a more significant influence with more people. Don't you? However, so many leaders miss this simple point: when you align your influence to God's influence, your own influence grows. Leading people isn't about only checking in with God as an afterthought.
Instead The Anonymous Leader walks you through how you can increase your influence by continually aligning it to God's, and enjoy the journey with God along the way.
In a fresh and inspired take on servant leadership, Ralph Mayhew explores how a new perspective on what leadership is and how leadership works can completely revolutionise the way you influence people. Speaking to everyone from emerging Christian leaders to mature, seasoned leaders in the church and in the marketplace, this book answers the question, 'How do I increase my influence while preferring and building the Cause I've committed to?'
This is the self-leadership book for every emerging leader.
Short Listed 2016 AUSTRALIAN CHRISTIAN BOOK OF THE YEAR!
This book should come with a warning label! Ralph Mayhew invites all who claim the name leader, to consider the ‘upside down’ approach to acting in a way that serves, develops and releases others to their potential.
To put aside the unhealthy aspects of ambition and take up the silent, diligent, and often costly aspects of true Christlike leadership. This book not only challenges how leadership is being experienced now it also shows how it can be done differently and diligently. Read with care! Leadership is a more grey than black and white, more art than science, more pathway than highway.
In this book Ralph Mayhew navigates the paradox of a desire for leadership greatness while navigating the importance of anonymity and humility. He skilfully unpacks and repacks a toolkit that will serve leaders now and leaders next. - Rohan Dredge, Senior Pastor, Discovery Church, Leadership blogger
Without doubt, the world always needs more and better leaders. However, this is especially so in our generation which is currently facing unprecedented challenges and uncertainty. Ralph Mayhew’s new book ‘The Anonymous Leader’ is packed full of wisdom and insight for both emerging and experienced leaders. I highly recommend it! - Mark Conner, Senior Minister CityLife Church, Melbourne, author of Transforming Your Church