All inclusive, complete, thorough, and extensive are a few terms that identify the word of the week. A comprehensive leadership is one that carries the full capacity.
Inclusive stands in contrast to exclusive. While certain areas of leadership are exclusive, separating the specific from the general and never compromising truth, there needs to be an inclusive approach to personal development and influential outreach.
A complete focus in leadership means assembling all the necessary parts to achieve the greatest extent or degree, what we often refer to as a goal.
Leaders need to understand the importance of every detail. Comprehensive research involves thoroughly studying the material and people involved in order to determine appropriate conclusions.
Perhaps the most significant thought associated with this week’s word is extensive. The idea involves covering or affecting a large area. Leadership must think big, covering a large scope or scale, beyond our own thinking.
A comprehensive leadership is one that must involve God, thus including an inclusive, complete, thorough, and extensive influence. When we make God a part of the equation, even the smallest plans become great.