4 Dimensions of Extraordinary Leadership. For quite awhile I have believed that we work through the 4 different components of who we are; that is; our heart, spirit, mind and body.
With that in mind, Catron seeks to explain how to be an extraordinary leader. You lead effectively and in an extraordinary way, when you lead with your whole being, i.e., heart, spirit, mind and body. Catron seeks to help guide the reader to experience that reality as they lead within any organization. I found her stories and applications easy to follow and very applicable to my daily life.
The book is split into 3 sections, Moving from Ordinary to Extraordinary; The Dimensions of Extraordinary; and The Practice of Extraordinary Leadership. Catron weaves stories in and out of each chapter to help the reader see catch her points. The book is very easy to read, but is filled with a deep message. Her theme of leadership comes from the New Testament Gospel of Mark 12:30, where we are commanded to love the Lord our God with all our heart, and all our soul and all our mind and all our strength. She is not preachy, but does use some biblical themes in this book.
Overall, I would recommend this book as a good introductory book for someone wishing to learn more about leadership.
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