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Leadership and theology are important conversation partners. Theology is the study of God, with implications for everything including leadership. Theology as a discipline helps to unearth uncritical theology that may be formed in leaders or leadership systems. Leadership can remind theologians that leadership phenomena of following, systems, and teamwork are at play in multiple contexts. Because leadership seeks to learn from various disciplines, theology is another field that can contribute. Conversation presents an important practice because it does not deny beliefs and values, but affirms humility and mutual learning.
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- Introduction: Getting Theologians and Leaders Around the Table
- Chapter 1
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