Lead­er­ship Im­pact

By Rev. Dou­glas Chuk­wueke

The Guardian (Nigeria) - - IBRU CENTRE -

chil­dren of Is­rael with him, even all the con­gre­ga­tion. And Moses did as the LORD com­manded him: and he took Joshua, and set him be­fore Eleazar the priest, and be­fore all the con­gre­ga­tion: And he laid his hands upon him, and gave him a charge, as the LORD com­manded by the hand of Moses. The heart of Moses was in­volved, and so, the same or­der of mir­a­cles be­gan to be ev­i­dent in Joshua’s lead­er­ship. The main de­ter­mi­nant will there­fore be how the pre­vi­ous leader ran and how he handed over. If he ran well, then the new leader will have solid grounds on which to con­tinue. If not, the suc­ces­sor may have to strug­gle and may not progress as ex­pected, where many things were left unattained. When there is a good un­der­stand­ing be­tween the old leader- ship and the emerg­ing one, this can be eas­ily achieved. The emerg­ing lead­ers must be pre­pared to be men­tored by the older lead­ers. They should take men­tor­ship as a se­ri­ous in God’s plan to pre­pare the next gen­er­a­tion of lead­ers.

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