Why This Book

Proven Principles
Many today are looking for a way to lead. Unfortunately, there are not many modern day examples to follow. What if the human race had been delivered a leader code? What if this code were hidden in an ancient manuscript? What if this code were lifted from the words of an ancient manuscript, translated and delivered to the masses today? What would happen if one knew that it was available, today, hidden on the pages of the greatest selling book of all time?
Groundbreaking Application
Discover the Code, eloquently lifted from the pages of antiquity. Pulled together for modern day readers in a great new book now available on Amazon.com - The Leader Code. Once one cracks The Leader Code, selecting the proper leader mode will become second nature. It can make the average "person in charge" an effective leader.
Interesting Storyline
Each chapter of The Leader Code effectively delivers a lesson within an evolving fictional story. Readers will follow easily what the main character is learning from his mentor. To compliment the learning process, questions are added at the end of each chapter to aid the reader in understanding the six distinctive leader modes bestowed to the human race.
Practical, Real Life Tools
At one point or another, we're all called to lead. Whether your a parent, a church leader, in charge at work, or you have another leadership role this book is a must read!

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Reviews & Testimonials

Being and effective leader is something that you are not born with like everything else you need to hone these skill as with everything else we learn. As a general manger of a business and a parent assuming the role of leader was tough at first, but then again I thought riding a bicycle was hard at one time also.

This book is an intriguing view and analysis on how to be a more effective leader through the use of biblical passages. The book is made up of a factional story broken down in chapters and followed by a lesson to be taken from what was read by each chapter earlier.

The book is well written, very clever and to the point without a lot of unnecessary details to bog you down. If you need to become a leader, become a better leader than you need this book and some spare time to put it to use. This is a quick read that was very enjoyable and full of good information.

- Chris G., Amazon Verified Purchase

At one point or another, we're all called to lead. Whether your a parent, a church leader, in charge at work, or you have another leadership role this book is a must read!

I really enjoyed the fictional story the lessons in this book were centered around - how many times have non-Christians not wanted to hear some great advice because it's knowledge found in the Bible?

Dan Blakeslee has written an excellent resource built around solid, biblical teaching on what it takes to be a leader and how to lead well. Each chapter ends with questions to encourage your own growth in your leadership roles. The last part of the book contains the notebook and charts found throughout the book and its' lessons.

- Danielle Marie, Amazon Verified Purchase

Having read some of Blakeslee's other books, and being privileged enough to have heard him lecture on this topic, I was eager to buy this book when it came out. I was not disappointed. He has taken age old truth about leadership and broken it down into easy to understand terms, and categorized leadership styles in a memorable fashion. To offer fresh perspective on a subject written about as much as leadership is no small task, but in these pages it has been accomplished. Applying the knowledge gained from this book has been very rewarding both as a Father to two young boys, and in my workplace. I can not express how grateful I am for the influence Daniel Blakeslee has had in my life.

- Mitch, Amazon Verified Purchase

Cleverly written in the same style as the Da Vinci Code! Such pearls of wisdom can be learned from these ancient Biblical messages and teachings, that are just as relevant today as they were when they were first written. Are you Poimen (shepard), Episkopos (Bishop) or Presbuteros (Elder)? Pastor, teacher or counselor? Dan Blakeslee presents this as a well-written and entertaining novel based on two characters, Bob and Chris. In the story, Bob is instructing Chris on the meanings of the ancient teachings, and how Chris can apply these different leadership qualities to his own life. There are also questions for the reader at the end of each chapter to get them thinking about what they have learned from the chapter, and how they can apply it to their own lives. This is a very original, clever and creative version of a guide to being a leader!!

- Anna Elizabeth, Amazon Verified Purchase

I was looking for a way to stand out at work and took a chance on this new title. I did not just learn how to effectively guide my taskforce, but in a way that they respect me. Mr. Blakeslee takes age-old principles and shows us how to apply them to our modern life. This is a very practical guide on how to lead. Highly recommended!

- Susan Davis, USA

No better examples that laid out in this text straight from the new testament. I just started my own business, and beginning to build my team and Ive already seen a couple of these leader modes. Thanks Dan!

- PHP, Amazon Verified Purchase

About the Author

Blakeslee is an experienced leader and a trainer of leaders. He is a pastor, college professor, husband, father and grandfather. He consults with non-profit organizations, churches and businesses to help them accomplish their mission - efficiently and effectively. Blakeslee served on board three nuclear powered submarines as a Chief Petty Officer. Blakeslee was assigned to the U. S. Navy's Leadership Development Program (NLDP) as an instructor. He developed curriculum and taught the pilot course for the Navy's Total Quality Management (TQM) Program. Blakeslee served as the Lead Pastor and Executive Pastor of three churches. He was the Director of Operations for the Baptist Bible Fellowship International and on the faculty and administration of Baptist Bible College and Graduate School. He is currently serving as an Administrative Pastor in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Blakeslee is an experienced leader and a trainer of leaders. He is a pastor, college professor, husband, father and grandfather. He lives with his wife, Michele, in Chesapeake, Virginia. He consults with non-profit organizations, churches and businesses to help them accomplish their mission - efficiently and effectively.
He was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. After graduating from high school Blakeslee enlisted in the U.S. Navy. He volunteered for the Submarine Service. Daniel advanced to Chief Petty Officer and served on board three nuclear powered submarines as the Leading Engineering Laboratory Technician and an Engineering Watch Supervisor. Before the start of Desert Storm, Blakeslee was assigned to the U. S. Navy's Leadership Development Program (NLDP) as an instructor. He taught hundreds of first time managers and mentored them as they transitioned from worker to leader. He was later joined the instructor school for the leadership program, where he was consistently singled out by officer and senior enlisted students as a premiere instructor and leader. Blakeslee was awarded the Master Training Specialist for his work in the Leadership Instructor School.

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