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Winter 2009


This article was published in the December 2008/January 2009 issue of the Christian Leadership Alliance's journal Outcomes. In it Pollard provides the broad contours of people-centered leadership, noting in particular how such leadership requires interaction with the humanities and social sciences as well as the ability to recognize the spiritual aspect of the human condition.

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