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How to be a GREAT Christian Leader: Leaders Self-Assessment

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This is the special edition Leader's Self-Assessment from the five-star reviewed How to be a GREAT Christian Leader.

This extract provides leaders with a way of self-assessing their leadership strategy and style which will encourage readers to consider the impact on their congregations, staff and stakeholders.

As John Maxwell says 'Things rise (or fall) on leadership. So it stands to reason that if the leadership style is out of sync with the organisation's mission, objectives and core values, things will fall apart.

The workbook provides you with an easy to use self-reflection tool to identify issues which might arise as a ministry or church leader. Best of all, it only takes a maximum of 20mins to complete and can be used again and again as things change!

This book is a must-have not just for Christians but non-Christians alike. I recommend this book to everyone, especially those new in the Christian Faith and those that one to know about Christ'. Amazon customer

'I love the way this book has been written! It is very well structured and easy to follow. The book is particularly useful because it addresses issues that many churches/ministries do not pay much attention to until something goes wrong'. Goodreads subscriber

'I pray that the church worldwide grows stronger and is more understanding of its responsibilities internally as well as fulfilling its biblical mandate through the excellent work that you've done'.


Madge Obaseki is an ordained minister and director of As a church consultant, Madge identifies solutions around church retention. After her extensive leadership experience within the corporate and public sector, she has now been designated to serve the global Church. Her more than 25 years in international ministry, across all levels, has powerfully aided her understanding of the issues facing 21st-century ministry and mission. Her work has earned her the title of, 'healthy church growth advocate'. She holds a post-graduate qualification in Management from Middlesex University and is a qualified Human Resource professional with organisational development experience. She is also an accredited advanced ILM trainer. Madge additionally holds a Degree in Ministerial Theology from Roehampton University with a special research interest in retention challenges. Her favourite saying is, there is no traction without friction', eluding to the fact that if you want to experience change it usually comes after a struggle and sometimes with conflict. In other words, change cannot occur without upheaval. Madge lives in London with her husband and family.