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By The Habiger Institute for Catholic Leadership | Preface by Michael J. Naughton | Introduction by Jonathan Reyes
“The health of a society is directly dependent on the quality of its leaders.… This is why the book you have in your hands is so important. In this book we have a theological, philosophical, and very practical account of leadership; one that approaches the question holistically. A leader is more than a skilled director. Good leadership is measured by more than stock price or by the number of people served. It is a way of being. It involves the whole person, from speaking skills and intellectual formation, to character and fundamental commitments. This is a vision of integral Christian leadership. And it takes as its model of leadership Jesus Christ.” – From the Introduction by Jonathan Reyes
The Habiger Institute for Catholic Leadership: Housed in the Center for Catholic Studies at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota, the Institute for Catholic Leadership answers the call to provide Catholic students at the University of St. Thomas a unique context for leadership formation which goes beyond the development of skills to a more organic and collaborative model of Catholic leadership in the academy, in the Church, and in civil and professional life. In addition to assisting the formation of many young Catholic leaders, the Institute is a place of thoughtful analysis concerning what it means to be a Catholic leader in modern society.