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Video: Kendall Harmon on Leadership, Part 4

Monday, August 6, 2007 • 6:00 am

Sarah Hey recently talked to Dr. Harmon about leadership. This is the fourth of a 5-part series.  In this segment, Kendall talks about the role of conflict in the church.  He also discusses cultural shifts—including globalization, information, and technology shifts—and how they have affected leadership.  This segment closes with his beginning to discuss the pre-20th century books which have influenced him.



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Sarah said the last two were her favorites. Well the conflict section could easily be applied to parts of SF this last week! Though I appreciate dealing with the topic then moving on to internet and great books, however you kind of left us at a cliff-hanger ...

[1] Posted by Hosea6:6 on 08-06-2007 at 06:58 AM • top

Ahhh! Please post the next one soon! I was all ready to write down some book titles when the tape ended. But anyway, thanks so much for posting these Sarah. They’ve been great!

[2] Posted by DavidSh on 08-06-2007 at 11:54 AM • top

What a treat.  Listening to an apt mind, pick Kendall’s brain, is the ultimate candy. 

And to think - he’s not even that old.  He’ll be even more interesting than he is now, in his golden years.

[3] Posted by J Eppinga on 08-08-2007 at 04:46 PM • top

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