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Publication Date: 18 Apr 2019
Publisher: SPCK Publishing
Page Count: 160
Author: Simon Barrington
ISBN-13: 9780281080762, 9780281080779

Leading - The Millennial Way

By Simon Barrington
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Millennial leaders are stepping into some of the most significant global leadership roles in businesses, the public sector and charities. Many are already there.

Their leadership style and impact is dynamic and diverse, challenging all that has gone before.
How do millennials hone their unique energy to become the best leaders they can be?

How do non-millennials harness the power of this generation or step into leading the millennial way themselves?

Based on original research into millennial-leaders today, this book draws on a wealth of experience to invite all leaders to better grasp and live out leading – the millennial way.


PART 1 : The Landscape Millennials Are Leading IN

PART 2 Marks of the Millennial Leader

PART 3 Forging the Future – The Impact Millennials Are Having
About the Author
Simon Barrington studied Physics at Cardiff University before becoming Programme Director at BT and later within the Cabinet Office . He became Executive Director (CEO) of Samaritan's Purse - an international NGO - in 2003, a post he held for over 13 years. Under Simon’s leadership, Samaritan’s Purse’s UK income grew from £2.9m turnover to £6.7m cash turnover in 2015 and £25m income overall. During this time Simon studied Global Leadership at Fuller Theological College, California. Leaving Samaritan’s Purse in May 2017, Simon founded and leads Forge Leadership Consultancy Ltd. Forge is currently undertaking a research project into the leadership needs and skills of young Christian leaders, of which Redcliffe College is the academic sponsor.

Rachel Luetchford is a millennial and graduated in 2017 with a first class degree in International Development. Before university, she lived in Canada whilst on the Soul Edge leadership course which centred on discipleship and mission, including practical service amongst indigenous people in northern Canada.
She has been interested in issues of development and social justice from a young age and spent the last year working alongside the Sophie Hayes Foundation tackling human trafficking in London. Rachel is the key researcher on the “Leadership needs of Millennials” programme and as part of that has interviewed face to face 50 millennials who are already leading. She is passionate about enabling her generation to make the maximum contribution possible to tackling injustice and transforming society by raising up leaders.

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