The Authentic Leader as Servant Part II
The Authentic Leader as Servant Part II: The Inner Strength Leadership Attributes, Principles, and Practices looks at leadership from a perspective proposed thousands of years ago: A leader-servant is most qualified to lead when most ready to serve as a servant for the growth of others. Describing the leadership outbound attributes using comprehensive, irrevocable facts and principles, author explains exemplary leader-as-servant leadership inner strength attributes including empathy, courage, responsibility, initiative, and listening/communication, among many others. The book focuses on a Biblical model of leadership that engages studies from secular, sociological, and business sectors to explore how leader-follower relationship can be productive and nurturing. Wosu argues that nothing is as authentic, other people-centered, and service-oriented as a leadership modeled after the ultimate authentic leader-servant, Jesus Christ
Sylvanus N. Wosu, Ph.D. has served higher education for more than 32 years and is deeply devoted in leadership ministry, mentoring, discipleship, and global diversity. He is currently an Associate Dean for Diversity Affairs and a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering. He earned his PhD in engineering physics. A founding member and enduring leader of the African Christian Fellowship, USA, Professor Wosu has fulfilled ministerial duties in multiple churches of differing denominations. He is a commissioned Stephen Minister dedicated to the compassion caring ministry of families. Professor Wosu is the founder of Kanmas Leadership Institute (KLI), and the author of other books on leadership, including: The Authentic Leader as Servant Part I: The Outward Leadership Attributes...; The Authentic Leader as Servant Part II: The Inner Strength Leadership Attributes...and Compassion for Wholeness, and Discovery Guide to Compassion for Wholeness.