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1. Choose a typical school situation or classroom event that would result in traditional discipline. In a meeting, use roleplay to show how the discipline situation could be turned in a discipleship opportunity.

2. Becoming a servant-leader is not a cliche. Make a list of specific instances where you could illustrate genuine servant-leadership.

Acts 15:22

Then the apostles and elders, with the whole church, decided to choose some of their own men and send them to Antioch with Paul and Barnabas. They chose Judas (called Barsabbas) and Silas, men who were leaders among the believers.

Magnify Your Leadership Skills

Developing great leadership skills is necessary if you want those you lead to be enthusiastically passionate in pursuing your vision.
The skills we promote are not pencil-pusher or list-making abilities.
Rather they are upper level skills that will enable you to become an
outstanding leader.

This lesson discusses the following.

  • don’t be threatened by competence or excellence
  • understand and encourage radical excellence
  • encourage empowerment
  • learn how to turn discipline into discipleship

Rather than present a long list of “do this and magic happens,” we are
confident that as you adopt higher order leadership skills, the
nuts-and-bolts of daily operation will naturally follow.

There is one mindset you need if you want to become the type of leader
that people follow and emulate. You must absolutely model the
characteristics and attitude that you want those you lead to acquire.
As you develop a positive and encouraging leadership skill, people will
follow with a genuine commitment ot your stated mission.

Equally important, as you model positive leadership skills, you are
training others to also become great leaders.

Done  properly, people will follow you as you follow Christ,
thus creating the climatge for a prevailing Christian worldview.