Both chapters reveal the principles of effective leadership. For instance, leaders should be impartial. Paul guides Timothy and Titus on treating church elders and their responsibilities, which have consequences. Effective leadership is linked to rational thoughts, arguing that behaviors that compromise rational thoughts like drunkenness are not condoned for elders. Besides, Titus and Timothy would critically assess elders, for some could turn away to mislead people. As such, responsibility and realism are critical for effective leadership.
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I will improve my leadership attributes and abilities by optimizing several personality traits. First, I will not be overbearing to pursue God’s purpose for an effective leader. I will slow to anger, to make all rational decisions. I will avoid drunkenness, as Paul has warned against drunken leaders. I will also ensure that I am a peaceful person and with no greed in my leadership capacities.