Edmund S. Gyandoh’s newly released “The Four Faces of Leadership” delves into the discovery of the power of leadership from within one’s self

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“The Four Faces of Leadership: Redefining the Twenty-First Century Leadership from the Church and Out (The Leadership Handbook) With a brief exploration of the animal kingdom” from Christian Faith Publishing author Edmund S. Gyandoh is an enriching book on attaining success in life through responsible self-leadership.

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“The Four Faces of Leadership: Redefining the Twenty-First Century Leadership from the Church and Out (The Leadership Handbook) With a brief exploration of the animal kingdom”: a profound narrative that discusses the idea of tapping into one’s self and bringing out the leader from within that can positively shift one’s life to fruition. “The Four Faces of Leadership: Redefining the Twenty-First Century Leadership from the Church and Out (The Leadership Handbook) With a brief exploration of the animal kingdom” is the creation of published author Edmund S. Gyandoh, a US Army veteran and a certified project management professional who holds advanced degrees in business administration and engineering.

Gyandoh shares, “Leadership is a learning mindset, which can be intentionally sharpened. People believe in themselves, but not everybody believes he/she is a leader. Often, people convincingly conclude that they cannot ever lead others, forgetting that leadership starts from the self. You cannot successfully lead others if you are not successful leading yourself. Self-leadership is an unsung driver of any successful leadership in our society today. ‘The Four Faces of Leadership’ also seeks to unveil a different dimension of leadership by first appreciating the power of learning and championing our differences. We are strong as a people because of our differences. Great leaders understand how important it is for the other person to have an opinion, a perspective, or to even disagree. Leadership is not about controlling but rather bringing the self, people, and systems under coordination. As a Christian leader, a business leader, or whatever your disposition is in the world, this leadership handbook will fundamentally show you how being a human being is not enough to lead others. You will quickly learn how to intentionally couple your human abilities to the attitudes of a lion, an ox, and an eagle to relearn yourself and redefine your leadership for a better twenty-first-century experience.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Edmund S. Gyandoh’s new book instills pivotal insights into individuals on the transformative power of leadership in their lives, which they can achieve through learning various leadership precepts.

This book contains edifying notions on the true essence of leadership and its impact on one’s life as well as society.

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Consumers can purchase “The Four Faces of Leadership: Redefining the Twenty-First Century Leadership from the Church and Out (The Leadership Handbook) With a brief exploration of the animal kingdom” at traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “The Four Faces of Leadership: Redefining the Twenty-First Century Leadership from the Church and Out (The Leadership Handbook) With a brief exploration of the animal kingdom,” contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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