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Spiritual Leadership: A Fresh Look at an Ancient Human IssueFrontiers in Spiritual Leadership: Discovering the Better Angels of our Nature (2016)
Abraham Lincoln’s iconic phrase, “the better angels of our nature,” revealed his belief that the noblest qualities of humanity would heal a divided nation. This book, Frontiers in Spiritual Leadership: Discovering the Better Angels of Our Nature, is about the expression of these noble qualities and how leaders such as Lincoln make that expression possible. two key processes of spiritual leadership. Spiritual leaders create a vision in which leaders and followers experience a sense of calling so that their lives have meaning. Second, they establish a culture based on the values of altruistic love whereby leaders and followers have a sense of membership, feel understood and appreciated, and have genuine care, concern, and appreciation for both self and others.
- spiritual leadership,
- better angels of our nature
EditorScott T. Allison, Craig T. Kocher, George R. Goethals
Citation InformationScott T. Allison, Craig T Kocher and George R. Goethals. "Spiritual Leadership: A Fresh Look at an Ancient Human Issue" New YorkFrontiers in Spiritual Leadership: Discovering the Better Angels of our Nature (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/scott_allison/28/