Leadership Roles

I wanted to share with you an email that Father Roman sent me.

resumeIt definitely made me take a second look at my own Résumé  😉

ENJOY!!!

IT IS ALL IN THE RESUMES

TO: Jesus, Son of Joseph
The Woodcrafter’s Carpenter Shop
Nazareth 25922

FROM: Jordan Management Consultants
Jerusalem 26544

RE: Personnel Evaluations

Thank you for submitting the resumes of the twelve men you have picked for managerial positions in your new organization. All of them have now taken our battery of tests, and we have not only run the results through our computers, but also arranged personal interviews for each of them with our psychologist and vocation aptitude consultant.

It is the opinion of the staff that most of your nominees are lacking in
background, education and vocational aptitude for the type of enterprise you
are undertaking. They do not have the team concept. We would recommend that
you continue your search for persons of experience in managerial ability and
proven capacity. We have summarized the findings of our study below:

Simon Peter is emotional, unstable and given to fits of temper.

Andrew has absolutely no quality of leadership.

The two brothers, James and John, the sons of Zebedee, place personal
interests above Company loyalty.

Thomas demonstrates a questioning attitude that would tend to undermine
morale.

We believe it is our duty to tell you that Matthew has been blacklisted by
the Greater Jerusalem Better Business Bureau.

James, the son of Alphaeus, and Thaddeus, definitely have radical leanings.
Additionally, they both registered high scores on the manic depressive
scale.

However, one of the candidates shows great potential. He’s a man of ability
and resourcefulness; he is a great networker; has a keen business mind; and
has strong contacts in influential circles. He’s highly motivated, very
ambitious and adept with financial matters. We recommend Judas Iscariot as
your Controller and Chief Operating Officer.

All the other profiles are self-explanatory. We wish you the utmost success
in your new venture.
What if Jesus had chosen the twelve based on the modern methods of
leadership selection? Most of them would have never had a chance to
participate. Jesus chooses people not for who they are, but for what they
can become in Him. Aren’t you glad that when Jesus looked at you, He didn’t
take you for what you were (a sinner); but He took you for what you could
be? Jesus sees the potential in all of us, and has called us to be
disciples. Jesus is still saying, “Follow Me!”

— Author Unknown

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