Endorsements & Reviews-
"What a great book! And what a needed book! It should be placed in the hands of every leader in America . . . and every follower. This is the kind of refreshing clarity, honesty and insight that could change the landscape of the church. Read this book and give it to every Christian you know. It could be the start of a kingdom revolution." --Steve Brown, author, professor at Reformed Seminary (Orlando), and radio speaker on the Key Life Radio Broadcast
"Dr. Kenn Gangel has contributed to Christian leadership greatly through the years. This may well be his greatest contribution. The subject is uncomfortable, to say the least, but is dealt with from careful research and much wisdom. We all wish these conditions did not exist in the church but they do and Gangel has provided valuable help. Every church leader will benefit from his work."
--Olan Hendrix, Leadership Resource Group
"Surviving Toxic Leaders is sorely needed by leaders today. Toxic leaders can be found in all types of organizations, profit and non-profit. Most I have met in my fifty years in organizational leadership don't have a clue that they are a problem. Gangel, as usual, brings extensive personal research and a lifetime of practical leadership experience to bear on this pervasive issue. If you are seeking to be a godly, nurturing, servant-leader, this book is for you." --Dr. Gilbert A. Peterson, Chancellor of Lancaster Bible College and management consultant
"Sometimes the best way to practice good leadership is to identify and avoid the malpractice of bad leaders. Kenn Gangel has spent a lifetime studying leadership and this book points the way to healthy influence."
--Marshall Shelley, Vice President of Christianity Today International and Editor in Chief of Leadership