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 This is a most welcome book. Each chapter begins with a case study to demonstrate the pitfalls and misunderstandings within cross-cultural and multicultural teams. Out of each study important concepts are drawn which relate to building strong covenant relationships for effective Christian leadership.\\ This is a most welcome book. Each chapter begins with a case study to demonstrate the pitfalls and misunderstandings within cross-cultural and multicultural teams. Out of each study important concepts are drawn which relate to building strong covenant relationships for effective Christian leadership.\\
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-Lingenfelter outlines his goals for the book as follows:\\+**Lingenfelter outlines his goals for the book as follows:** \\
 1. Help leaders to understand their personal culture of leadership (ie. how we are influenced by our cultural background -default culture).\\ 1. Help leaders to understand their personal culture of leadership (ie. how we are influenced by our cultural background -default culture).\\
 2. Equip the reader to become an effective learner in another culture, with a particular focus on learning to build communities of trust.\\ 2. Equip the reader to become an effective learner in another culture, with a particular focus on learning to build communities of trust.\\
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