Dr. Peter Amah Redefines Leadership in His New Book

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“SUPERSERVANT LEADER” celebrates the life and legacy of an exemplary servant leader as it paints a clear vision of the kind of influencers the world needs today

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Today’s world demands a new breed of leaders or servant leaders. One of the essential characteristics that make servant leaders unique from traditional leaders is their inherent desire to serve others first. In his new book, “SUPERSERVANT LEADER: Edeh Empowers a Generation of African Youth to Flip the Traditional Pyramid Structure”, Fr. Peter Amah (PhD) examines the concept of servant leadership in the light of one of the world’s greatest servant leaders.

Through an elegant and evocative rendering of the life of Rev. Prof. Emmanuel M.P. Edeh, one of today’s exemplary global servant leaders, Dr. Amah provides readers with a clear vision of the kind of influencers that the world truly needs—individuals who have the desire and wisdom to heal the heart of the world. With this ideal in place, he shares a compelling guide for reaching a future built on grace and love. Shann Ray Ferch, PhD, a professor of leadership in Gonzaga University, says,

“Dr. Amah gives hope to the people of every continent, and in fact helps us reach as global citizens for one another in hope and love and good service. This hope is established first in the person, then the collective, and finally the world. Peter Amah has given us a guide to that hope, and placed in our hands the gift that leads us from the despair of the past to a future graced by discernment and love.”

Relevant and insightful, “SUPERSERVANT LEADER” is a celebration of the life and legacy of a remarkable servant leader and an invitation for readers to look at the concept of leadership with fresh, new eyes.

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About the Author
Dr. Peter O. Amah is a U.S.-ordained Catholic priest, a leadership consultant, a university instructor, and the founder of Spirit of Sharing Ministry, a nonprofit organization that supports rural community development, children’s education, community health projects, and disability care. Amah earned a PhD and two master’s degrees at Gonzaga University, Washington State; Catholic University of America, Washington DC; and Fordham University, New York. He is originally from Nigeria. He has published books and articles in journals, and his major areas of research include transformational and servant-leadership.

Edeh Empowers a Generation of African Youth to Flip the Traditional Pyramid Structure
Publication Date: September 21, 2012
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