|dc.description.abstract||This project provides entry-level leadership training on interpersonal relationships using models based on different geometric shapes (window, square, pyramid, etc.) to pastors that are graduates from SBTS under the age of 35 during their first five years of ministry. Chapter 1 examines the rationale behind the project and identifies the need for the research.
Chapter 2 provides biblical and theological support for leadership training in the realm of interpersonal relationships. This chapter examines the leadership of biblical examples of Moses, King Saul, David, Paul, and Jesus.
Chapter 3 explains the six theoretical and practical models that compose the entry-level leadership training on interpersonal relationships. These six models are The Johari Window, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Lencioni’s Advantage, Sinek’s Golden Circle, Mancini’s Vision Frame, and Maxwell’s 5 Levels of Leadership.
Chapter 4 describes the details of the project. This chapter reviews the seven-session course presented to participants.
Chapter 5 is the summary of the project and an examination of the post-course results of the project.||en_US