There is no shortage of books on leadership. Odds are, you don't need another one.
But, hear me out.
Most leadership books take the reader through what amounts to an autobiography of the author. Along the way, leadership lessons are learned and applications are made. Those type of books can be immensely valuable, but its difficult to use as a reference in the future and, let's be honest, you'll have to work through a good bit of content that doesn't apply to your situation to find even a scrap that does.
This book takes a Christ-centered approach to leadership that is refreshingly simple and undeniably practical. Rather than insisting that you read it cover to cover in order to glean all the leadership nuggets you can, it is organized into short, self-contained chapters situated under broad categories. For instance, if you need insight into how to lead your team through a particularly tumultuous season, you can skim the table of contents and find two or three chapters that will speak to leading through chaos. If you've spend months developing a vision for your organization or project, you're going to want to be sure its communicated as effectively as possible, right? Good news. There is a chapter on how to do just that.
Leadership Axioms belongs within reach of anyone who leads anything. You won't regret adding this one to your library.