Book Corner — Bad Bosses: Lessons for Leaders by Jackie Allen

Jun 7, 2021

Jackie Allen has served as a lead pastor for over 30 years and currently leads the Cross Church Network of churches, which includes two campuses in Arizona and one international campus in Myanmar. In addition, he is executive director of Thrive Network and a lead ambassador for Church Rescue.

What is this book about?

Bad Bosses examines the leadership mistakes of some of history’s worst bosses — the kings of Israel. As Jackie walks you through their stories, he will share practical lessons that will help you grow as a leader. Why just learn from your own mistakes when you can learn from the mistakes of others?

What do you want your readers to gain by reading your book?

Every boss knows that mistakes are inevitable when leading people. Bad bosses repeat the same failures over and over again, while good bosses learn from their own mistakes. However, it’s only the best bosses who learn from the mistakes of others.

Why did you write this book?

To help us lead our churches, teams, business, schools and families in a healthy manner. Ultimately, that we will learn to lead like Jesus — the best boss ever!

Who do you hope will read this book?

This book is not just for church leaders. It is for leaders from all walks of life.

Where can this book be purchased?

www.badbossesbook.com

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